Do Contemporary Films Lack Intimacy And Emotional Spontaneity?

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  1. Peter Kline

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    New York Times August 31, 2001
    CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK
    Where Film Succeeds and Human Emotion Reigns
    By STEPHEN HOLDEN
    In the technoscape of the contemporary Event Movie, genuine intimacy and emotional spontaneity in movies haven't disappeared, they've just crawled off into a corner......
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  2. Mike Broadman

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    I couldn't have said it better myself.
     
  3. SteveGon

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    Very well said...
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