Catching the Big Fish - Chapters 52-65 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 52-65 Summary and Analysis

Restrictions are often a blessing in disguise. If a person has a lot of money, one doesn't have to think as much. Often times, restrictions create the most beautiful and interesting events. The solutions often come through TM.

Scenery is imperative in creating a unique world in cinema. Lynch believes that each world needs to be filled with things that would be found in a real world in order to make it complete. Many film makers prepare a set so wide shots can be taken, and the scenery is appropriate. Lynch believes that all scenes should be complete enough to withstand close scrutiny. Even if the little details are never seen, it's enough to know that they're there. Sound, lighting and texture are also imperative in creating the perfect world for a film. Much can be altered by lighting...

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