From: Ken Bawcom (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Aug 15 2006 - 15:11:39 PDT
If a non-human interior monologue will do, the smart bomb in "Dark
Star" does have a dialog with the humans, but then, in what is clearly
an interior monologue, invents philosophy for itself.
Quoting Pip Chodorov <email suppressed>:
> A less obvious example: Would you count HAL in 2001? His voice is
> disembodied without being extradiegetic. His whole "I'm afraid" - "my
> mind is going" - "daisy daisy" death scene is an interior monologue
> of a character who simply has no mouth. Granted he is talking to
> Dave; but he is soon ranting and babbling to himself. I consider this
> film experimental - the opening and closing half-hour have no
> dialogue and much of it is abstract.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
"Those who would give up essential liberty
to purchase a little temporary safety
deserve neither liberty, nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin 1775
"I know that the hypnotized never lie... Do ya?"
Pete Townshend 1971
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.