Enriching Our Lives, by Tyler Smith

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6 Responses

  1. I do not think I could have articulated it better.

  2. Jake says:

    A piece worthy of this sad occasion. Wonderful work honoring an astonishing figure.

  3. Brady says:

    Thanks for linking to that clip. I hadn’t seen it before and it’s really great.

  4. Nathan Johnson says:

    Missed indeed. Excellent tribute.

  5. Alexandre says:

    Good article. Though I don’t think a film should be considered “a living thing”. There’s nothing more dead. It’s our different stages in lives and different personalities – in short our humanity and the fact that we are living organisms that make it seem “alive”.

    • Battleship Pretension says:

      Yeah, I was a little iffy on using that phrase, but opted to use it as a way of saying that movies are dynamic extensions of their creators’ will and philosophy. Even bad movies seem to engage with us as if they were a living, breathing entity all their own.

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