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I remember thinking about this very issue while watching MYSTERY, ALASKA, a
silly movie about an amateur ice-hockey team playing the New York Rangers.
I was curious to see if Russell Crowe could play hockey. Based on the way
that the final game is edited, I still don't know.

Sandy Camargo

>Hello:
>
>I'm wondering if anyone could suggest to me films - experimental, avante
>garde, or even mainstream - that compensate for a certain lack of acting
>talent in its principles by employing very creative, formalisitc editing,
>in particular, or other effects, that successfully 'hide' these
>shortcomings.
>
>Thanks,
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Sandy Camargo
Visiting Instructor
Department of English
University of Missouri

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