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Gleiberman, Owen
November 2006
Entertainment Weekly;11/03/2006, Issue 905, p56
Entertainment Review
The article presents a question and answer format related to the motion picture industry trend of filming scenes out of sequence. Discussed is the impact the trend is supposed to have on the audience and the film's storyline, and a brief explanation as to why filmmakers shoot in such a manner. Films shot using the trend, such as "21 Grams" and "The Prestige," are listed.


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