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DrLooBallsEsq

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  1. I usually find the use of P.O.V. kinda hokey, but I liked the results in this clip. I think the small details helped overcome the style's flaws. I thought the shaking of the fence and looking over his shoulder to see if they were being followed added a nice touch. I especially liked the driver looking up when the radio announcer disclosed his hair color and looking back down to see his eye color. It worked for me.
  2. Unlike the opening to "M", nothing about this made me curious as to what's about to happen. It looked good though.
  3. The silence is hypnotic. While the sparse, rhythmic sounds represent everyday life (the children singing, the washboard, clock and church bells, the car horns and the bouncing ball), it's the silence that represents the unknown terror surrounding everything.
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