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'The Most Overrated Value In Moviemaking'
Richard Brody: "And storytelling is the most overrated value and misattributed term in the world of moviemaking and, for that matter, criticism. The classic dichotomy of plot and character is beside the point; while following a character in action, the inner life can be reflected in a moment - or, catching a character in repose, stories can be spun out on the wing." The New Yorker 11/30/12
Posted December 4, 2012 12:38 AM

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