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Light Refraction and Characters w/out Posterior Consciousness -by Seung Bum Kim (for media)

Von: Deadspeak2 (kims072@hawaii.rr.com) [Profil]
Datum: 02.06.2010 00:36
Message-ID: <ca35ea80-048a-4353-a304-f4dbc6afc38b@t14g2000prm.googlegroups.com>
Newsgroup: alt.movies alt.fiction.interactive
In light refraction, mass produces greater contrast to the dominant
mass in the film so a dynamic character can be captured in semi-glory
through light refraction techniques.  If in regression, or a
historical perspective neo-classical lenses are best specifically for
renditions on WWII..where it gives the film a WWII historic quality.
Furthermore, characters who are not speaking directly as in interview
or do not have a narrative voice lose their presence of mind in
Posterior consciousness.  Since like I said there is character
immersion into the scene consisting of the characters and the
environment.  The footnotes of WWII reveal its true nature..and in the
footnotes there is evidence of something truly shocking and dramatic.
So it still remains a great theme for directors to exploit and sell
their history.

Light Refraction and Characters w/out Posterior Consciousness -by
Seung Bum Kim

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