Roger Ebert quote

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  1. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

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    ...from his review of Spirited Away.
     
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  2. Carl V

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    Something similar to that is usually attributed to Claude DeBussy

    in music, is "the space between the notes of music, or the dividing of the tones."
    • Unsourced variants:
    • Music is the silence between the notes.
    • The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between.
    • The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between them.

    Film,often times the differences between American Directors/editors and
    sometimes Italian neorealism or European director/editors. e.g., Bergman
    is the lingering shots, the timing, the sparse Dialog
     
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  3. CJ

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    There's a youtube video about the lingering shot and / or tracking a non-central character to end a scene. It is so starkly different from what we're used to.
     

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