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Star Wars VII – The Force Awakens

Its strongest ‘force’ is that it retains the heart of the original Star Wars trilogy by presenting friendships and camaraderie in the face of evil. The best scenes are those of the characters meeting, befriending, and trusting one another based … Continue reading

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Schnabel, 2007)

The blink is the cut. A truly subjective experience is rendered by formal experimentation. The lens of the camera is treated as the human eye. Its capacities are limited and faulted as the human eye. The kino-eye, or camera-eye, is … Continue reading

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