Last night I watched Selznick and Cukor's first attempt at "A Star
is Born," "What Price Hollywood," from 1932. Slow motion is briefly
used in the suicide sequence towards the end. I recommend this one,
for the relative openness of it's pre-code plot, and for the
interesting editing, not to mention it's mythmaking about Hollywood.
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