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Way OT: djones' vocabulary has nothing on this writer

(and an interesting article, too, for the movie buffs)

One may find [i]The Thin Red Line[/i]—and Malick's work in general—either to be intoxicating or soporific, enigmatic or diffuse, enormously moving or flattened by a kind of grandiose affectlessness.

http://www.slate.com/id/2269262?wpisrc=obinsite

[quote=“Tom, post:1, topic:2243”](and an interesting article, too, for the movie buffs)

[quote]One may find The Thin Red Line—and Malick’s work in general—either to be intoxicating or soporific, enigmatic or diffuse, enormously moving or flattened by a kind of grandiose affectlessness.
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http://www.slate.com/id/2269262?wpisrc=obinsite[/quote]

grandiose affectlessness? Sheesh ::slight_smile:

Yea, well Your bogus ingenuousness is straining my equanimity :wink:

(and an interesting article, too, for the movie buffs)
One may find [i]The Thin Red Line[/i]—and Malick's work in general—either to be intoxicating or soporific, enigmatic or diffuse, enormously moving or flattened by a kind of grandiose affectlessness.

http://www.slate.com/id/2269262?wpisrc=obinsite

grandiose affectlessness? Sheesh ::slight_smile:

His thesaurus is having a meltdown at this point.