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We trap Denis Villeneuve’s “Prisoners” and discuss:
- Cinematography, camera movement;
- Story & Writing, good detective/bad detective, testing faith;
- Wes unintentionally overstates his thoughts on the impact of the movie;
- and other such stuff and things and stuff.
“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.” – Arthur Conan Doyle
Notes & References:
*Wes Note: I did not actually find any official source discussing or defining rationalizing/generalization of fictionalized evidence. I assume this is more of an armchair/pop psych term, it’s certainly interesting, but from my quick googling does not appear to be a medically recognized concept. So in fact, it may not be a real thing as I claimed in the episode.
Andy Samberg “Roasted you!”
Free range parenting
“The Book of Perseus” short film by Bryan Sloyer
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