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Laird John Hamilton
If you can't go to film class, be instructed and delighted by this informative and entertaining doc.
Let's say you don't have the time for a film class; do you have 1/2 hours to spend to learn a major chunk about film, let's say theme, editing, and auteurism? Then see 78/52, a superb analysis of Hitchcock's famous shower scene.
Wayne Miller, who knows more about Hitch than anyone else I know and regularly visits as guest host on It's Movie Time, gave it thumbs up with the observation that the doc was replete with facts and observations he didn't even know.
Here is a perfect example of the ideal educational mantra: to teach and delight.
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