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A poem only becomes poetry when its structure
is made not of words but forces.
The force is poetry.
Everyone knows what poetry is, but who can say it?
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Directed in 1995, David Fincher’s Se7en is a film that defies easy categorization. Perhaps too dark to qualify as a golden classic despite having all the right ingredients, neither is it a cult film in the traditional sense, as it is stocked with A-list talent and propped up by a smart script, a memorable score and rich cinematography, and a production value in lockstep with Fincher’s vision for the film. 180 more words
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