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Uncanny Surrealism in the cinematography of the 21st century: Introductions Part II

Dogtooth VS Innocence If you are one of those people that nobody ever understands your taste in movies, one of those who discover all kind of weird movies that no one has ever seen or heard of, you are at the right place. Whenever people had approached me in the past asking for movie recommendations I always share my ‘Selected Movies’ list and ask: “Out of the first ten movies, how many have you already seen?” In the unlikely scenario the response is more than three, I then share more. The first ten movies on the list (in a random order) were coming out like this: Okuribito, Yôjirô Takita, 2008 Trois couleurs: Bleu, Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1993 Mon Oncle, Jacques Tati, 1958 Le temps qui reste,

Insta-capture.

People always come to me asking how do I manage to take so many pictures and more than that to share them e.g. on Instagram. To be honest it doesn't take me more than a train ride to work. So, here is a very easy tip on how to start editing your pictures. On a previous post, I mentioned a lame 'technique' that I am using to capture my daily wandering. In general, I love capturing. Yet, most of the time I use my camera as a tool to immortalise in a sense my trips, adventures, or just to archive the every day life, architecture or anything beautiful or memorable I come across with in my daily routine. I do this without paying too much attention -thus-wise all my pictures have some noise, so be

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