The nature of digital – Gibson's illusive "non-space"; a mode of simultaneous existence and non-existence, of ones and zeroes, occurring in the spaces between a positive and an absence – makes it uniquely suited to addressing and representing the necessity of montage, intervals, or as Medina resolutely calls it: "the cut". The absence represented by "the cut" forms a constant which is arguably greater than the image, establishing a space for that which exists beyond the image: the basis for what…
"Every day we saw thousands and thousands of innocent people disappear up the chimney […] There they came, men, women, children, all innocent. They suddenly vanished."
- Filip Müller, Shoah (1985)
"The way you shoot me is so disgusting […] that it's no wonder that people after Le Pen can say the Concentration Camps were a detail. It comes from that way of looking."
- Jean-Luc Godard, Cannes Interview (1988)
"Well…talk about bad taste!"
- Disgruntled Theatre Patron, The Producers (1968)
The worst film of all time.