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Why are all our sites so peculiar?
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oozingfacade 1 month ago

I need to make some mysterious page of my own at some point. Love the vibe all your sites give out when i go on them. Mine just sorta goes "ye ur here on this basic site"

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dann 1 month ago

I think nostalgia can only be milked so far. It was fun seeing all of the web 1.0 inspired designs, but at a certain point there was a reason we moved beyond that.

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x-tremeproject 1 month ago

I been thinking more of an 2000's grunge/edgy style looks to it. Kinda like the old days of Newgrounds.

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eyesonthelens 1 month ago

After setting so many iframes, I think I respect way more my university online portal

rbuchanan 1 month ago

You've a keen eye for composition. I especially like your photos of the chihuahua, as well as those of Morelia's promenades, arcades and that massive waterside trunk...

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rbuchanan 1 month ago

Also, your formatting and the transparency of your gear's images all look terrific.

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eyesonthelens 1 month ago

Thanks, I spent way too much time designing these pages. As for the photos, thanks, I still have a lot to learn about these cameras, also, I still have two cans of film of Morelia that I need to scan, eventually I will upload them.

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eyesonthelens 1 month ago

Added to Blu-Ray: The Good Girls, A Fantastic Woman, Ghosts Stories

eyesonthelens 1 month ago

Wrote about Vámonos con Pancho Villaz a 1935 film that is considered one of the bests of Mexican cinema

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rbuchanan 1 month ago

Like Americans, Mexicans loathed moral ambiguity in lieu of triumphalism in their movies through the postwar era. Both our nations outgrew that idealism during New Hollywood, but mainstream Mexican cinema didn't regress as the American industry did during the '90s, when our Boomers' palates turned utterly saccharine.

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rbuchanan 1 month ago

Both can be contrasted to jidaigeki, which has always been brutally sincere in its depiction of Japan's past -- even when it served as propaganda during WWII. Anyhow, I'd love to see a good enactment of the Zapatista Uprising, but haven't yet.

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rbuchanan 1 month ago

In the first sentence of your review's penultimate paragraph, you may care to replace "homologous" with "homonymous."

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eyesonthelens 1 month ago

That's true!! I think I did a mistake!!

eyesonthelens 1 month ago

Actually, I'm not familiar with japanese era films, so I'll do some homework!!

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eyesonthelens 1 month ago

Püblished a small review about Salón México (1949) and also added a comment section on every post, be sure to use it, it's not free

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