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January 28, 2010

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KateC

I can't get over the pejoratives: "talking head interviews", "slickly shot". Would they rather see out-of-focus camera work, all Dutch angles? And when you interview people, their speech does tend to come out of their mouths, thus talking and head.

I think the critics aren't happy unless the filmmaker is "ripping the mask" off someone.

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