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September 1 at 10:00am

Sometimes Meaning Is Best Left As Something To Search For

American films — both fiction and doc — are dominated by a tendency to tell you what you are seeing; often they tell you even why you are seeing what you are seeing.  And it doesn’t stop there.  Many filmmakers feel compelled to even tell you haw you should feel about what you are seeing.  We have lost the opportunity of using confusion as a narrative engine.  We diminish our capacity for joy in the chaos. Dang.  What a shame.  Truly. [...]


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