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Major films and movies that I have seen have been primarily service
pictures. I say service pictures because any idea being developed is
immediately delivered in a reduced state right into the movie-goer's lap.
It's a fast philosophy. This is unlike Ulysses' Gaze. I am still
by the movie because of its confidence in the viewer. I have read
complaining about the film's overly long scenes. The scenes are an
interaction between your mind and the screen. An image is produced and
director leaves the image for you to contemplate. Images shouldn't be
beamed into minds as 10 second clips like Moulin Rouge. So many people
explain to me their love of movies as a form of entertainment and
Movies are an art form but like everything in this post-modern age, they
cannot exist without the deep intellectual objective view point dividing
subjective experiences. Ulysses' Gaze does not REQUIRE patience it
contemplation and understanding.
Story-wise the plot is just as basic as The Wizard of Oz. An individual must journey to find home and a complete soul. I found it as a superb movie with its various allusions to mythology and actual history.