23Entry by Hestutomo
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Movies and shows require viewers to deliberately suspend their disbelief. Meaning, we all agree to stop being skeptical and believe in whatever reality the producers are trying to draw us into, whether it's dragons, or conflicts that resolve themselves in 30 minutes, or whatever.
But then those same producers pack the screen with moments that bring it all to a screeching halt. As if we somehow need reminders that the thing we're watching on a screen isn't reality. Things like ...
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Unrecognizable photos of super-recognizable people.
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