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“I would argue that the magnification of nonsense still demands scrutiny and understanding and, for lack of a better word, taste. Long before agile camerap

“I would argue that the magnification of nonsense still demands scrutiny and understanding and, for lack of a better word, taste. Long before agile camerapeople trailed the corridors of NBCís fictitious West Wing, Robert Redford made movie history in Alan Pakulaís 1976 film All The Presidentís Men playing Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward: here, Redford raises the on-hold button to a new art form as he deftly volleys between two telephone calls in a single shot. He is on-screen for more than six minutes, and all of them are spent talking on the phone. Whereís the drama in that? This turns out to be one of the critical moments in the entire film…”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE