It is rare that I focus on a person on this blog. I tend to focus on films or books, but never on a single director or writer. But this time, I find that it is necessary to discuss a collection of thoughts by South-Korean philosopher Byung-Chul Han because they are so vital for Slow Cinema and what the films represent. Reading his books made me change track regarding the ending of my own book. In many ways, Byung-Chul and I share many ideas, which comforted and encouraged me. At the same time, I now want . . .
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