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December 11, 2008


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I agree; but I think this quality emerges far more easily when you shut off the accompanying music altogether. I was forced to do this once when I attended a Murnau double feature which - to my surprise - including no musical accompaniment. To my further surprise, I was completely engrossed and immersed in the cinematic experience, and in a very different way than I'd ever been before.


Well, like a great man once said, the best art is measured by its limitations.

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