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21 Nov 2020 18:16 #32336 by Charlotte
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Possibly.... It doesn't ring a bell, though :dry:

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21 Nov 2020 18:20 #32337 by Banj
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Charlotte wrote: Well :dry: I remember that name, but nothing about him....


That could be the mind altering drugs at work causing you to lose your grip on reality and trigger a loss of identity.

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21 Nov 2020 19:01 #32341 by Charlotte
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oh. Sounds bad. Should I be concerned?

(I just vaguely remembered when you guys last told me who he was.... Blade Runner does ring a bell :P)

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21 Nov 2020 19:38 #32343 by Banj
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I'd be concerned, even if there's nothing to be concerned about. That's kind of how paranoid anxiety works :paranoid:

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21 Nov 2020 20:01 #32345 by Charlotte
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I see. But, uh, about what was it I was to be concerned, again? :dumb:

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22 Nov 2020 15:07 #32359 by Valence
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Last night I watched 1917. The camerawork was occasionally a little gimmicky and a few times I did start ignoring the story/action in order to play "spot the wipe" but apart from that it was mostly an excellent film. Didn't fall asleep once! :ohmy:

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22 Nov 2020 15:14 #32361 by Charlotte
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Never heard of that one either. Or forgot. :S

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22 Nov 2020 15:22 #32363 by Valence
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Well it was a long tIme ago. :confident:

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22 Nov 2020 15:26 #32364 by Charlotte
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True. I wasn't even born back in 1917... :dry:

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23 Nov 2020 13:13 #32385 by Banj
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Valence wrote: Last night I watched 1917. The camerawork was occasionally a little gimmicky and a few times I did start ignoring the story/action in order to play "spot the wipe" but apart from that it was mostly an excellent film. Didn't fall asleep once! :ohmy:


I haven't seen it yet, but I know that some of the transitions between shots use CG jiggery pokery to join the action from one shot to another instead of the traditional pass something in front of the camera or do a whip pan tricks.

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