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A tree-pruning technique for removing limbs without stripping bark from the trunk of the tree.
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Brand has assembled a east of world class improvisers, yet doesn't take advantage of their own particularized, inflected rhythms, as each ritualistically experiences a jump-cut fragmentary flashback in front of the same bathroom mirror.
Act one opens with thesp John Gaden on a park bench as a recurring Teiresias, the blind witness to what might be Kosky's greatest theatrical achievement, "The Song of Phaeton." A rollicking, explosive, multilayered romp that employs a maddening jump-cut style and Baz Luhrmann-esque musical mash-ups somehow achieves thematic coherence.
Kumar's striking compositions linger on the solicitous dispensing of pills or soothing administration of oxygen, but then jarringly zoom in on the mad eyes of a feverishly prayer-intoning sister or jump-cut to the angry piano-jabbing of a nun in petulant second childhood.
And without Godard, no wild and woolly jump-cut editing.)
Amazingly full, multi-angled 16mm coverage (restored on HD) allows Lerner to orchestrate his footage with none of the jump-cut restlessness that frequently affects the editing of live concerts.
The video, edited with YouTube vlog-like jump-cuts and spiced up with many popular memes, drew praise from both young voters and more senior politicians.
But this is mostly shot in ultra-annoying hand-held fashion with pointless jump-cuts galore, making it an infuriating, headacheinducing watch Project Almanac is another glaring example of how flawed this 'found footage' style of filmmaking is.
The conversation turned to the excellent use of jump-cuts and music in the opening sequence.
The poet in him can't resist experimentation however slight in the sense of jump-cuts to different points in his family's history and sometimes these can catch the reader by surprise.
Bell perceptively examines the chronological framework of Enfance, showing Sarraute' s effective use of jump-cuts between different periods and episodes, her 'creative use of punctuation-marks in the service of meaning' (p.
I could happily swallow most of the film's jump-cuts and artistic licence, but
More like cinema or poetry than actual prose narrative, Eden Zone runs images together at a breakneck pace and then jump-cuts to introduce new characters or situations.