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Thread: The Nihilistic Artists' minimalist expression of protest

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    Exclamation The Nihilistic Artists' minimalist expression of protest

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    I think you'll find that this redefines cinema in a way that it has never been (re)defined before.

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    I was starting to lose interest until you looked through your wallet. At this point I understood that the central theme to the piece was the underlying fear associated with modern day man's attachment to material possessions. Your ambivalence to the situation of the potential lost connection with the percieved fundamental link with those possesions was a poignant reminder of the greater need of man. That of love. The tension between the two pratagnists develops as the story unravels. The exchanged glances are a counter point to the controlled gestures and defence attitude of both. I would have liked to have seen this explored further, as although clear to the casual observer, it would be easy to misinterpret the shared affection as accepted by both characters. I felt that the pain experienced by the subtle rejection of love was not sufficiently explored. A further exploration of the reasons for the rejection is not essential, but may develop more of a rapport between the viewer and characters. Overall, it's a classic love story told with an inventive approach to film that I welcome.

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    Truly a post modern exploration of man love. You loon.

    How you get a 30 mins video on the tube then ?

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    I think we managed to get half an hour on there because we signed up ages ago - it appears that people who signed up before a certain date get extra 'priveleges'

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    I found myself moved to tears watching this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fingercuff View Post
    VOTM for feb?
    Well it lasts nearly as long as the shortest month, so maybe.
    Tim

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    Moving... Quite moving.

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    Be sure to check of the slighty re edited version on adult.... lols.

    2 boys 1 shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    Be sure to check of the slighty re edited version on adult.... lols.

    2 boys 1 shoe.
    That's...

    I...

    No.

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    your own tags say it all for me..it should have gone viral.

    satire silly short attention span long self indulgent half hour strange avant garde
    I know nothing about youtube, even less about video
    http://www.youtube.com/user/leokimvideo

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