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RE: [questioningrel-83] Music and film for consideration

From: FrankensteinJr
Sent on: Friday, March 5, 2010 10:42 AM

Thanks for the link to 24.

I think the remarkable thing about 24 is that you could replace the word
"hours" (24 hours, 13 hours etc...) with "days," "months," or "years" and it
would still have the same haunting connotation.  

I will screen Primer this weekend.  I'm looking forward to it...


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Sent: Thursday, March 04,[masked]:54 PM
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Subject: [questioningrel-83] Music and film for consideration

I mentioned the song 24 by Jem at the meetup as an expression of time
in music, so this is me sending out that info:


There are lyrics in the video, but for a more accessible format:

Something else that came to mind with our discussion of time is the
movie Primer which I would recommend, especially for contemplating our
perceptions and how they relate to time. Wikipedia has a synopsis and
a short bit of background, but I would not go past the intro if you
want to avoid spoilers(though you may want to check back for the rest
if/when you've watched the film for some handy explanations):


The movie itself is available in full on Google Video:­

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