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You are correct about this M. Frank is wrong.  The context (which is part of
the existential horizon of  the event) must remain central to any meaningful
 interpretation.  This is why the artist's  intention must move to the back
of the bus for awhile (for ever?)
 
 Godard has known this since the start.  Have you
seen the book on Godard that the Museum of Modern Art put out?
"Son+Image  1974-1991"  The essay by Jean-Louis Leutrat is important as is
the Deleuze.
 
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