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Re: Izzy's Black Hole

Post by Izzy Black » Sat Apr 12, 2014 12:40 am

Immaculate wrote: Someone -- perhaps, though probably not typical lay forum readers. Well done.
Thanks! Thoughts on Viola?
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Re: Izzy's Black Hole

Post by Immaculate » Sat Apr 12, 2014 1:34 pm

Izzy Black wrote: Thanks! Thoughts on Viola?
Positive! I'll give it another go sometime in the near future (provided this statement isn't merely an empty promise), as the audio/video on my rip got all sorts of out of sync near the end. That said, I felt that the film integrated its themes -- which were subtly numerous -- in a way that was at once seemingly effortless and effortlessly seamless, expanding upon and diverging from what came before in a rather unique and ariel and amicable manner. I even quite enjoyed the repetitive rehearsal/seduction scene, which some claim as plodding, I guess, based on the intonational shades in the actresses' delivery and what I understood from it regarding the overlap in one's personal lives and their performances in both theater and film.
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House of Tolerance (Bonello, 2011)
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Re: Izzy's Black Hole

Post by Izzy Black » Sat Apr 12, 2014 6:09 pm

Immaculate wrote: Positive! I'll give it another go sometime in the near future (provided this statement isn't merely an empty promise), as the audio/video on my rip got all sorts of out of sync near the end. That said, I felt that the film integrated its themes -- which were subtly numerous -- in a way that was at once seemingly effortless and effortlessly seamless, expanding upon and diverging from what came before in a rather unique and ariel and amicable manner. I even quite enjoyed the repetitive rehearsal/seduction scene, which some claim as plodding, I guess, based on the intonational shades in the actresses' delivery and what I understood from it regarding the overlap in one's personal lives and their performances in both theater and film.
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See my latest blog entry: Run the Jewels’ “Close Your Eyes” and Police Brutality

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Re: Izzy's Black Hole

Post by Jinnistan » Tue Mar 17, 2015 6:04 pm

Good thread.
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