It's been quite a while since I have reviewed a book. This was primarily down to my not finding the right ones, or my waiting for certain books to be published. Slow Cinema continues to enjoy a particular attention in France, albeit it is important to note - once more - that Slow Cinema is an anglo-saxon term and if you were to look for something on the subject in French, you wouldn't find anything at all. Reason being that those films are written about in a "normal" way, meaning they're treated like any other film. Of . . .
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