Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Cinema Réalité Goes To Medieval Extremes

The holy grail for filmmakers is to attain realism—not to be confused with that often sub-intelligent phenomenon known as reality TV. The artistic goal is for movie scenes to play realistic to the nth degree. This serves—as they say in cinema school—to help "suspend the disbelief" of audiences...

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