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Movies move me.


Aug
10
asked Why was Terriers canceled after its first season?
Aug
9
asked Why does King Schultz go to such distance in order to help Django?
Aug
8
reviewed Leave Open What happened to rest of 6 barrels of money?
Aug
8
reviewed Leave Open Hollywood doesn't pay attention to classic montage theory anymore?
Aug
8
reviewed Leave Open Doctor or Mentalist entering Criminal's Mind
Aug
8
accepted Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
Aug
8
comment Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
Your answer is correct but I guess the 1963 film does not fit the category since it seems like a documentary or experiement film which is not meant for theatrical release. I agree that I have mentioned that in my question. Yaadein seems correct. I checked it Wikipedia entry. You are right, a shadowy figure does appear but is not exactly seen. So I think it is acceptable. I feel like accepting Andrew Martin's answer because it is more specific. Although your answer covers more. +1 for that but sorry for not accepting.
Aug
8
revised Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
added 19 characters in body
Aug
8
revised Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
added 26 characters in body
Aug
8
comment Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
Yes.Full-length, fully fledged narrative cinema
Aug
8
comment Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
I have edited the question. I want to know about movies where only 1 character is seen.
Aug
8
revised Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
added 18 characters in body; edited title
Aug
8
asked Which was the first movie featuring only 1 character (that is seen in the movie)?
Aug
6
comment Which is the first sign that indicates that Walt is not doing it for the family anymore?
+1 for mentioning the conversation with Gretchen
Aug
6
accepted Which is the first sign that indicates that Walt is not doing it for the family anymore?
Aug
5
comment Which is the first sign that indicates that Walt is not doing it for the family anymore?
I don't think so because during that scene Walt tells Skylar how important he has become. He says it to her in a very egotistical manner "Do you have any idea who you are talking to ? If I don't go to work, a business worth of being on NASDAQ will go belly up". At this point it is clearly visible that Walt has started to enjoy this now. Note the conversation from last episode where Walt says that it made him feel alive.
Aug
5
revised Which is the first sign that indicates that Walt is not doing it for the family anymore?
edited title
Aug
5
comment Which is the first sign that indicates that Walt is not doing it for the family anymore?
Really ? This is in the 5th season. I mean Walt's transformation is clearly evident from the famous "I am the one who knocks" sequence, where it is clear that Walt is taking pride in his new line of work and his reputation. And this was way earlier.
Aug
5
asked Which is the first sign that indicates that Walt is not doing it for the family anymore?
Aug
5
accepted What is the meaning of the title Trainspotting?