> Just a quick thought -- Greenaway isn't really as inovative as one might
> think -- Godard was using split-screen (albeit with primative equipment)
> as far back as Ici et ailleurs and Numero Deux (1974-5).
Actually, I believe the first use of multiple screens is attributed to
Abel Gance, Napoleon (1927-French), who employed a three screen split on
massive scale.
Besides, whether Greenaway, or Godard, invented it is not the issue; the
issue is whether they used it effectively.
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