--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > One to skip...
> > 
> > Eh. There's no proof that this was part of the movie. 
> > Someone may have slipped out one of the takes. Lynch 
> > said he did as many takes as he wanted utnil he got 
> > it exactly as he wanted because that's what digital 
> > video allowed him to do. I'd wait for another 50 reviews 
> > before I decided that I even had a feel for what the 
> > reviewers think. And there are plenty of movies that 
> > get good reviews at rottentomatoes which I hated and 
> > plenty that got bad reviews, so you can't always go 
> > by the reviewers or some anonymous posting of video  
> > on the internet.
> Methinks you've gotten so used to making excuses
> that you now tend to make them automatically.  :-)
> You are free to do what you want, of course. But
> any filmmaker who could shoot that footage, even
> as a throwaway to test color values, is not some-
> one who is going to get me to plunk down my 10
> Euros to see his movies. Even *Warhol* shot more
> interesting footage than that.

Just *imagine* the howls of outrage and scorn from
Barry if someone said, on the basis of a brief clip,
that they weren't going to bother to see a film by
a director Barry admires.

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