September 16, 2012
"The most profound moment in movie history" (video)
Excerpts from the YouTube caption: "This short segment from Orson Welles' cinematic essay 'F for Fake' may be the most profound moment in cinema history. Here Welles achieves the miraculous with amazingly simple means (note the lack of music as an emotional 'guide,' for example). Introduced by media psychologist Dr. James N. Herndon."
[via Joe Peach]
September 16, 2012 at 03:01 PM | Permalink
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I've been in love with Orson Welles since the "string" speech in Jane Eyre. *sigh*
Posted by: tamra | Sep 17, 2012 1:47:53 PM
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