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June 28, 2008

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Kern

Intersection and Sliding Doors are also two other movies that deal with how much things can change if one decision is altered. If choice A changes how much will it effect B and C. Even the classic Clerks line "I'm not even supposed to be here today" could be a great jumping off point of a lesson.

Mike Arnzen

WOW! The exhibit in that video is just wonderful -- I'll show it to my film class next time we do Run Lola Run (which college students usuall ADORE). It's encouraging to hear that you're teaching this movie to a younger audience, exposing them to foreign movies with rapid editing and subtitles that make Holywood look like it's suffering from ennui!

-- Mike A.

Christian Long

Kern: No doubt both of the films you mentioned grab a similar premise good-n-tight. Great reference to Clerks, BTW!

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Mike: Agreed on the quality of the exhibit. Mindgrabbing stuff! I've shown RLR before to HS kids; sometimes it works, sometimes not. Depends if they get over the 'is anything happening?' worry and just let themselves move at the pace of the film!

Christian Long

Kern: No doubt both of the films you mentioned grab a similar premise good-n-tight. Great reference to Clerks, BTW!

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Mike: Agreed on the quality of the exhibit. Mindgrabbing stuff! I've shown RLR before to HS kids; sometimes it works, sometimes not. Depends if they get over the 'is anything happening?' worry and just let themselves move at the pace of the film!

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