> The last bone thrown
> in the air is matched, in the next cut, to a spaceship at the same angle [not
> the same angle on my DVD, but it's not surprising Gilliatt remembered it that
Lots of people talk as if they remember the cut as matching; I remember
noticing on my first viewing of the film that it wasn't, and being a bit
annoyed at Kubrick (and later, him and whoever the editor was).
Ah well, the limitations of the technology of the time. For all I know
the reissue will use straightforward digital tech to *make* a match
> cf. Paul Simon's
> lyric "And I believe these are the days of lasers in the jungle,
> lasers in the jungle somewhere" from "The Boy in the Bubble" on the
> _Graceland_ album, Warner Bros. 9 25447-2.
I find myself not following this "cf." very well. Can someone explain it
> That this has really altered the ephemerality
> of movies was brought home to me this past Thanksgiving.
> Jim F.
Michael M. Butler
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