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Robertson <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>
>I may be wrong  but it seems all the examples have been related to the
>visual.  What about unreliable narration with respect to sound, like
the
>Conversation in which we hear, along with gene hackman, a certain
>inflection of "He'd _kill_ us if he had the chance" which later
becomes
>"He'd kill _us_ if he had the chance."  Silverman discusses this in
_The
>Acoustic Mirror_.
>
>pam robertson
 
*****  Also, Blow Out, which may be DePalma's strongest film and
constitutes a virtual catalog of the possibilities of image/reality
alterations.  Maybe De Palma came closer to his quickly abandoned
youthful goal of becoming the "American Godard" than we ever realized.
(Compare and contrast Videodrome in 500 words.)
 
LT
 
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