EduPortas Posted March 3, 2021 Share Posted March 3, 2021 5 hours ago, fuzzynormal said: Being a devil's advocate here, do you really believe that's an accurate statement or is it a bit of hyperbole? Every single movie I can think of that can be called art pushed normative boundries in some way or another. Most of them were missunderstood in their time. Contrary to what comes out today these creations had "weight": being subversive + having good exposition + good craftsmanship. There's some Hollywood stuff, of course, as well as cinema from other countries. Following that logic, 99.9% of the digitally enhanced stuff we're consuming today will most definetly not be remembered in 20-30 years. They are neither subversive nor have good exposition, but are techinicaly fantastic and produce a ton of money, but that's it. tupp 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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