Cinematic Time


Saturday, October 12, 2002

In the movies, a single cut can jump several decades. Bullets stop and linger onscreen. What do those leaps in cinematic time reveal about our own, daily experience? Three film critics dissect how directors have twisted time in recent movies.

(Originally aired: May 16, 2002)


Jonathan Mitchell

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