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phantasmagoria

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Films a sequence of pictures made to vary in size rapidly while remaining in focus
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Robin Tunney and Kathleen Robertson star in the excellent tinseltown drama Hollywoodland' Simon Baker and Sanaa Lathan star in Sanaa Hamri's Something New' Ivana Baquero is a revelation in Pan's Labyrinth, a phantasmagorical allegory with hints of Alice In Wonderland
The phantasmagorical world of Japan's most famed anime house is delightfully unfurled for beginners and devotees in "Ghibli: The Miyazaki Temple.
Poised between facticity and the phantasmagorical, its mode of expression--its poetics--is premised as fully and as deeply in the singularity of the site as in Hamilton's abiding concerns.
The title of David Rieff's most recent book comes from the Spanish el exilio, a term used to refer to a bizarre, phantasmagorical state of mind, what Czeslaw Milosz calls "the memory of wounds" and the Argentine Julio Cortazar "the feeling of being not all there.
Accordingly, a number of artists set their sights on those segments of the local topography most susceptible to phantasmagorical slippage.
One is a gorgeous, harmonically charged setting of O magnum mysterium by Morten Lauridsen; the other is Schoenberg's Friede auf Erden, an almost phantasmagorical wallow in post-Wagnerian tonalities, which Grant and his choir perform with stunning brilliance and high emotion.
Tech credits are pro across the board; title refers to a caged cat and phantasmagorical sea creature Josee's take with during lovers' jaunts.
This conclusion is challenged, hotly and persistently-though the rebuttals are either diversionary (Choresky is putting forth a conspiracy theory) or phantasmagorical (corporate and public interests coincide).
The mishmash irrevocably worsens once Jay and Bob are turned loose inside "Miramax Studios" (actually the CBS Radford lot in North Hollywood, where the movie-within-the-movie from "Scream 3" was also set), and their odyssey transforms into a phantasmagorical orgy of masturbatory Miramax in-jokes and contract-player cameos.
Ingrid Caven is not her biography, however, but a phantasmagorical riff on the social, political, and artistic history of our times, filtered through a meditation on stagecraft, the voice and attitude of the singer, the diva, the personae of history's actors.
This conclusion is challenged, hotly and persistently-though the rebuttals are either diversionary (Chomsky is putting forth a conspiracy theory) or phantasmagorical (corporate and public interests coincide).
Its phantasmagorical soundscapes sound like no other hip hop you've heard before.