From: ellie epp (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 22 2008 - 17:17:44 PDT
> #1, by male students: a geeky or nerdy or weird male suddenly has some
> beautiful woman interested in him
> #2, by female students - a woman in a bad home situation makes a break for
> it at the end of the film - last shot is her on a bus, in a car, on a
> or walking away down the road.
> Specific shots in LA:
> #1 - Venice boardwalk, muscle beach etc
> #2 - "homeless" young people on Hollywood streets
> #3 - Hollywood Blvd at night in general
> On 7/20/08 5:18 PM, "Scott Stark" <email suppressed> wrote:
> > Amusing question. My personal vote for #1 is pixilated cloud movements.
> > Scott
> > At 04:13 PM 07/20/2008 -0500, you wrote:
> >> Hello all
> >> Myron brings up something interesting, the idea of common cinematic
> >> clichés that occur in student films. I would appreciate any thoughts on
> >> what clichés are seen more often in student films and why they are
> >> considered clichés. Also, what cliché means in terms of avant garde
> >> Are there avant clichés that are too often used as well?
> >> Strong personal opinions are encouraged, as are academic thoughts on the
> >> subject.
> >> Thank you
> >> Ray
> >> Raymond Salvatore Harmon
> >> myspace.com/raymondsalvatoreharmon
> >> raymondharmon.com
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