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    Thoughtforms, thinkers, visionaries, and culture shapers

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    Re: Thoughtforms, thinkers, visionaries, and culture shapers

    Post by Lucid Memes on Wed Jun 30, 2010 3:25 pm

    Robert Ager is wonderful...its amazing how uses semiotics to break down his movies. I really enjoyed all of his Kubrick work. I sent him an email asking him to analyze "Dr. Strangelove" but he concluded that Kubrick's film style hadn't really developed till 2001 and his later work. I spent a while on this information a couple years ago, going through all of his videos. Certainly worth a reviewing again.


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    Re: Thoughtforms, thinkers, visionaries, and culture shapers

    Post by Extant on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:39 am

    Lucid Memes wrote:Robert Ager is wonderful...its amazing how uses semiotics to break down his movies. I really enjoyed all of his Kubrick work. I sent him an email asking him to analyze "Dr. Strangelove" but he concluded that Kubrick's film style hadn't really developed till 2001 and his later work. I spent a while on this information a couple years ago, going through all of his videos. Certainly worth a reviewing again.

    You're already aware of his work I see. I only came across his stuff a couple of weeks ago. Very good, as you say.
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    Re: Thoughtforms, thinkers, visionaries, and culture shapers

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