Geschichte, rather.

On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 3:11 AM, Luke Aspell <luke.asp...@gmail.com> wrote:

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> For 1., Gerschicht der Nacht by Clemens Klopfenstein.
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> On Thu, Mar 10, 2016 at 10:43 PM, Gene Youngblood <ato...@comcast.net>
> wrote:
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>> Friends, in the last couple of weeks you have generously assisted me in
>> finding films with certain content, like shadows, swings, and 360-degree
>> camera moves. They’re for two presentations I’m giving in San Francisco
>> late April, which I’ll tell you more about as the time approaches.
>> Meanwhile, I need two more:
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>> 1. Empty city streets. “The World, Flesh, and the Devil” is an example,
>> New York without people.
>>
>> 2. In Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” subtitles tell us what he and Diane
>> Keaton are really thinking as they talk with one another. I’m drawing a
>> blank on another, more recent, film with well known actors that has a
>> similar scene. My recollection is that it’s not necessarily intended to be
>> humorous, but I could be wrong about that. Any ideas about this or any film
>> in which the technique is used? It has to be text on screen, not voice-over
>> “inner monologue,” which text represents in these instances.
>>
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