From: Jack Sargeant (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2008 - 14:48:05 PDT
scenes of guys in suits talking about sex in a tough way (the word
"pussy" in London english fails to impress anyway). this was already
when played in Pulp Fiction et al, but it's FAR worse when acted by
spotty teens in cheep suits.
naked / topless women. in showers.
On 23 Jul 2008, at 10:07, Adam Hyman wrote:
> #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 train,
> 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
>> 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 film.
>>> Are there avant clichés that are too often used as well?
>>> Strong personal opinions are encouraged, as are academic thoughts
>>> on the
>>> Thank you
>>> Raymond Salvatore Harmon
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> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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