Like Stories of Old: Though we have some freedom in our spatial dimensions, we are bound by just one temporal dimension, leaving us utterly at the mercy of time. It is therefore understandable that we have a natural desire to break free.
About Time; Ad Astra; Arrival; Avengers: Endgame; Back to the Future; Batman Begins; Dark; Devs; Edge of Tomorrow; First Man; Groundhog Day; Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban; Her; Hot Tub Time Machine; Inception; Interstellar; Into the Wild; It’s a Wonderful Life; Knight of Cups; La Jetée; Looper; Man of Steel; Moonlight; Mr. Nobody; Outer Wilds; Palm Springs; Primer; Source Code; Shame; Sunshine; Tenet; Terminator 1 & 2 & Dark Fate; Terra Nova; The Butterfly Effect; The Dark Knight Rises; The Secret Life of Walter Mitty; The Social Network; The Tree of Life; Twelve Monkeys; X-Men First Class & Days of Future Past; Zerkalo.
It is no longer enough to automate information flows about us; the goal now is to automate us.
Sibewest + Phelian + Burial + aLone.
Personal information is increasingly used to enforce standards of behavior. Information processing is developing, therefore, into an essential element of long-term strategies of manipulation intended to mold and adjust individual conduct.
lynchobite + KOSIKK + elele + Space Alpe.
The first great break-through—or, rather, breakdown—of society’s nudity/lewdity guilt-by-association was the now-famous Marilyn Monroe calendar.
Marilyn’s respectability when she died was based principally upon her economic status, which is, in the final analysis, the only type our society really respects.
StoryDive: “I’ve been a fan of Japanese Films, Anime, Video Games, Novels and Manga for a while, and I’ve noticed they all contain uniquely Japanese characteristics. In this video, I will breakdown one of these characteristics, that I call “Savoring the Moment”.
It has some similarities to the Japanese concept of Mono no Aware, or the appreciation of fleeting beauty.
I will examine this aspect of Japanese storytelling though Japan’s Literature, Cinema, Anime, and Video Games, as it appears in all. Sorry, I’ll have to save Manga for next time!”2 hearts
Planet of the Humans is a 2019 American environmental documentary film written, directed, and produced by Jeff Gibbs. The film was executive produced by Michael Moore.
Moore released it on YouTube for free viewing on April 21, 2020, the eve of the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day. It was removed from YouTube on 25 May 2020 in response to a claim of copyright infringement, which PEN America condemned as censorship. The filmmakers challenged the claim, arguing that the fragment was used under fair use and that free speech was subverted.
Twelve days later, YouTube allowed the film to be viewed again. In November 2020, Moore removed it from YouTube where it was available for free and made it available on Amazon, Apple and Google’s rental channels.
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