To Be Cont'd: Movies as Games and Puzzles



For anyone interested and who did not catch it earlier this year, I present the four-part conversation my estimable colleague at Ferdy on Films Marilyn Ferdinand and yours truly penned for the quality film site To Be Cont'd in June. We were invited to discuss a topic, and the one we chose after much dithering and tithering was prompted by Marilyn's perturbation at a question from a film screening she attended asked by a young student, a question that cut to the heart of the mystery of cinema, and our presumption that what we see in a cinematic narrative is a form of "reality". Our busy discussion on a current predilection for unstable realities in cinema and the changing relation of the movie creator with the audience's expectations thus unfolded in haphazard but lively fashion...


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