Roger Ebert rightfully noted: "The characters in movies do not always do what we would do. Sometimes they make choices that offend us. That is their right. It is our right to disagree with them. It is not our right, however, to destroy for others the experience of being as surprised by those choices as … Continue reading Spoiler – There is no such thing.
American Experience S-25 E-06 An enacted account of Orson Welles' 1938 radio drama broadcast that inadvertently started a mass panic. An excerpt from the book "Manipulation of the mind" by Sergei Kara-Murza. Цитата из книги Сергея Кара-Мурзы "Манипуляция Сознанием". Глава 7. Чувства Раздел второй - Западный страх "...Когда читаешь о случаях массовой паники в странах … Continue reading Orson Wells and the War of the Worlds
For a whole generation, this media piece symbolizes the personal struggle against the ultimate oppression and the very meaning of a "Golden cage". It stands for dreaming, taking a leap of faith, overcoming one's fears to redeem themselves. But let's see... I recently did a re-watch of TTS, and it seemed more strange than ever … Continue reading The Truman Show: Story of a Modern Moses
In response to YouTube Channel ScreenPrism, regarding the video titled “The Dark Knight: How Did the Joker Get His Scars?”: The Dark Knight title is later in an acronym. TDK. It starts with a statement about the TDK Joker being different from the other, preceding ones. This is excusing from offering the audience a deep … Continue reading Wanna Know How He Got These Scars?