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3-16-2010 @ 10:44AM
"your "movie trilogy" example is a poor one."@ChrisYou can take pretty much every example used in pretty much every discussion and declare it "poor" just because. No offense but playing fractals with the concept of movies and scenes just doesn't change the meaning of the metaphor. A scene indeed has to be both something interesting in its own and a part of something bigger called a movie. It's the very point I made using films and trilogies, thanks for confirming it. As already stated it's just my opinion but in the case of Byron it still leaves us with rather boring films/scenes/pages and an uncertain trilogy/film/comic in the making depending on the scale you choose to use.
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