Re: Happy accidents

From: db (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Mar 25 2007 - 18:53:07 PDT

Well, that was my point in saying "This may not be what you are
looking for, however, since you are seeking accidents."

As a construct, however, the film not turning out the way the ACTED
director intended is, I think, why HMWIN fits the model perfectly.
It's just that, in this case, director's frustration and adaptability
happen to be one of the threads of the CONSTRUCTED film itself.

In other words, I agree with you that they are/(were?) completely
committed to their aesthetic.


On Mar 25, 2007, at 5:47 PM, Sandra Maliga wrote:

> I'd have to disagree re The Kuchars. They were committed to their
> esthetic, including wild sync.

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