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Arguments in favor of bigness
by Michael Koresky and Jeff Reichert   posted Nov 10, 2011

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This is just trite film/lit theory, filtered through very primitive minds like Bazin and Koolhaas, one who theorized in the 50's, the other reached his peak in the 90's. The only discussion is neurological (it's not even an issue for psychology, the data has evolved), and only cognitive scientists who study motion are applicable. Save the mumbo jumbo for academia. This is the real world, guys.
slime_whitman   posted 12.12.11

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