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Films as they Progress Eliminate the Past - by Seung Bum Kim (for Foxnews and other media)

Von: Deadspeak2 (kims072@hawaii.rr.com) [Profil]
Datum: 02.06.2010 01:31
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Films progress just as society progresses, the sudden resusitation of
old movies would be pluralistic since those belonging to a classical
age of film have thousands of titles..Gone with the Wind was a
personal favorite amongst the Japanese.. they held this up as evidence
that the Japanese are without soul so envy made it a big seller.  But
I've seen black and white gothic films that have such a eloquent
monster making effect that it exists in the field of classics rather
than the junkfood category of films in which monster films are like
sour foods.  Benjamin Button for instance had the essential skeletal
framework of old romances, but they added new flesh to it.  The films
of the past however put too much importance of love vigilantes that
the myth of love can clearly be seen.  So modern romance films are
more apologetic about this to produce a fitting chemistry..on the
opposite spectrum of this is Kubrick's works, which aside from
Clockwork Orange and Eyes Wide Shut, there is no central character in
his film..it is true to Life..man cannot exist in Ren..the Director
doesn't exist..and the Heavens don't even point at Obama's location.
So the films of Kubrick examine time and age, rather than character
distinction..while social distinction is quite clear in both Ridley
and Spielburg movies..where there too is a spiritual vanity..

Films as they Progress Eliminate the Past - by Seung Bum Kim

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