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You might want to have a look at Chris Marker's La Jette, which was the
inspiration/basis for 12 Monkeys and explores the distortion of the
temporal/spatial within a time travel framework - and also plays with
the viewers sense of "reality" through a highly stylised use of black
and white images.
 
Cathy Johnson
 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Eno [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: 17 March 1998 19:40
> To:   [log in to unmask]
> Subject:      Re: Mindbending films
>
> Over the weekend I watched Lost Highway, The Game, 12 Monkeys, Dark
> City, and Brazil. I'm really curious as to what other films have been
> made that use the idea of the main character (and therefore the
> audience) not know who he/she is or whether or not events occurring in
> "reality" (ie, the narrative of the film) are actually happening to
> them
> or are symptoms of insanity, brainwashing, etc. Does anyone know of
> any
> other films that fall anywhere near these guidelines?
>
> John Eno
>
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