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The Destruction of Oz (and of Suspension of Disbelief in the Cinema)

Are you off to see the Wizard? ~ ~ ~ Having recently seen Oz the Great and Powerful, and in the knowledge that it’s still number one at the UK and American box office (and making a fuckzillion dollars while doing so), it’s had me thinking more than any other film has so far this year. … Continue reading

Film as a Mirror: Odysseys, Dreamscapes and Directors

An essay on 2001: A Space Odyssey, Inception, and their cinematic walls of perception 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick, takes the viewer on a journey though space, time and ultimately the inner self. Here, I’ll be exploring 2001’s subtext concerning the nature of cinema – a subject that is important for … Continue reading

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