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Apr
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comment Post apocalyptic movie with cans
That's a striking story plot but it might help jog the collective SE memory if you could add any visuals you can remember - skin color, hair color, eye color, clothes, appearance, sets, anything.
Apr
18
revised What is today's version of the 'cutting the phone line' trope?
added context that this is about person-to-person interference
Apr
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answered What is today's version of the 'cutting the phone line' trope?
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accepted Psychological horror from mid-2000s with Max von Sydow or Maximillian Schell
Nov
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comment Psychological horror from mid-2000s with Max von Sydow or Maximillian Schell
That'll do, Walt. That'll do.
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awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
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comment How much is Claire Underwood aware of her husband's more serious deeds?
He was never shown directly telling her or acknowledging that it was him. But they are both predator-smart partners-in-crime and she knows he was involved. She may not know he actually did the dirty work, but I don't think it would surprise her. She would not have asked for more, and he would not have told her the truth if she did.
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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment What is the longest, single take, tracking shot in cinema/TV?
Just a comment, here's a Mental Floss article that has a pretty decent list. Forgot about Hard Boiled, that's a great movie.
Mar
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comment 1990s sci-fi tv show with invading humanoids and dull crosshatched eyes
That series had some interesting ideas and a couple of good shows - the one with William Sadler as a beyond-the-edge pilot with a taste for Johnny Cash music is a lesser-known classic.
Feb
12
answered What is the longest, single take, tracking shot in cinema/TV?
Feb
12
comment What is the source of Truffaut's famous anti-war movie quote?
Really interesting - Ebert used the quote in his review of the movie Platoon (1986) and of course everyone quotes him, but the original source work doesn't appear to be available via Google. Wonder if this is something Ebert heard Truffaut say as opposed to a literary piece.
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