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    The film Last Year in Marienbad (Resnais 1961) plays with fragmentation and chance to create a confusing narrative. Initially (and for a significant portion of the film) the story comes across as completely random and incoherent but as the film goes on patterns begin to

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    began to shut out all outside noises, leaving me alone with the thump of my heart and the inhale and exhale of my lungs. Both began to increase in speed as my eyes narrowed in on the time. My sophomore year had begun and I wasn't sure whether or not I was going to do track this year. Last year I played football in the fall and soccer in the spring. Not really enjoying it, the decision was made to play " real futbol" (soccer) in the fall, leaving the spring sports season open. My friend kept telling

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    often consider the distinguishing factors between a good and great guard to the details of our performance quality as a group; however, to achieve greatness as a whole we should first consider the contributions of all guard members as individuals. Last season, our team received a negative reputation for its mistakes and appearance as a group, yet no one wanted to take responsibility as an individual for not putting forth their best effort. I would be a successful captain because I am encouraging

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    >From the incredible overhead shot where a crowd forms the title of the film, "Run Lola Run" is a masterpiece of cinematic invention and circumstance - actively playing the audience like a piano. It is indeed the most pleasurable pop film of the year. And Ponette is the shining moral force of the film - in her desperation and her surefire confidence, she makes us believe there are alternatives to any life-threatening event. Bravo, Lola, Bravo

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    Institute, his father made him take over his brother-in-law’s asbestos plant for several years (Loveday). Eventually, Kafka’s condition escalated to the point where he began alternating between brief returns to work and stays in sanatoria. He filed for early retirement from the insurance company in 1922 (Robertson). While Kafka was still working for the insurance company and writing, he wrote stories between the years of 1912 and 1914 that dealt with complex psychological issues, such as guilt and judgement

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    Identifying Heroes: The Godfather and Pulp Fiction The form of Classical Hollywood films is, first and foremost, invisible. In a Classical Hollywood film, the narrative is foremost, and style serves the narrative. Camera angles, lighting and editing patterns such as the shot/reverse-shot pattern aim to give us the best possible perspective on the unfolding events(1). These events are arranged in a strongly causality-oriented linear narrative, with one event causing the next. This narrative is arranged

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