Movie Review
Histoire(s) du Cinéma

By: David Pratt-Robson

Posted 06/08/2007 - 06:46:26 AM by duggie:
 no more grad papers please
Posted 06/08/2007 - 11:46:05 AM by cwperry:
 Man, I'd love to see this. Jean-Luc!!
Posted 06/08/2007 - 12:19:41 PM by pindar:
 Nice review. It's almost like he had to get this out of his system before unleashing Éloge de l'amour and Notre musique. Where does Fujiwara write about off-screen time?
Posted 06/08/2007 - 02:03:49 PM by prattrobson:
 Thank you pindar--and duggie, for assuming I could get into grad school. Fujiwara's description of off-screen time is admittedly a bit different, but really interesting; he talk about it in a review of Platform at Platform's a good case though, too--again you can only approximate where you are in time.
Posted 06/12/2007 - 09:41:39 AM by florenz6:
 Congratulation! Reading this was pure joy!
Posted 06/12/2007 - 12:03:10 PM by pindar:
 Props to Chris for coming up with the term, though I think the way you use it might be more productive, because it is more of an analogue to the way off-screen space is usually understood (not so much about preexistence as a different kind of synchronic presence). Hmm..maybe I will write a 'grad paper' on this.