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  1. I haven’t seen this entire film, and I’m only familiar with it from the TCM description on-line for it, so I’m just going to concentrate on the 4 minutes of film I’ve watched, and try to discuss the questions Professor Edwards asked at the end of the page. I think the fact that the driver and brakeman’s realistic actions during the opening scene add a note of authenticity to the opening of the film, and you’ll believe that the central character (who I assume is one of these two characters – with the brakeman being my guess) really is what he says he is while the plot of the movie unfolds. It
  2. Hi all. I apologize if I'm going to repeat anything that anyone Elsie said already, but I thought it would be a good idea to get my feelings down about the scene before reading, and being influenced by, the rest of the posts that have already been made. I know I'm a little late to the party in this instance, but my schedule and late sign up didn't allow me to even start with this course until yesterday, which was mostly spent filling out profiles and getting comfortable with what was ahead of me. But once I get caught up to the curriculum (i.e., watched and commented on all the scenes from las
  3. I'v enrolled in the online course and I'm really looking forward to it. It's both my first online course, and my first time working with Message Boards (I don't like Twitter because I've always felt that anything that can be said in 140 characters probably isn't worth saying in the first place - as you'll all probably be able to tell from some of my responses - including this one!). I'm really looking forward to working with both. After a lifetime of working, I've recently retired due to a disability, so I now have the time to learn about some of the things I've loved all my life, especiall
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