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Close-Up: Wavelength (1967)

In the general sense, I like my films to have some semblance of plot. For narrative films, I prefer a well-crafted, unique story that makes me think, develops its characters, and/or just happens to be a lot of fun. 468 more words

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Imformation Part II - Sidelights on Relativity

The thesaurusitization of everyday life is what defines for me the sub-echelon of post-lingual pre-ligualism and is a move in the right direction in its concern for a movement beyond dualisms into a truly pluralistic union marked both by similarity and difference. 519 more words