Tag Archives: Jason Mittell

What is Written Cannot Be Unwritten

  Just count how many stories are being referenced here…  Perhaps it’s because I want to be a writer or perhaps it’s because I truly believe there is something especially magical about the power of storytelling, but I freaking LOVE … Continue reading

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Who Hops Through Mediums

The storytelling medium of Doctor Who that I found to be the least satisfying was definitely the video game. I probably felt this way because I am not a gamer at all. For me, this medium of storytelling failed in … Continue reading

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Mulling over Mulholland Dr.

After spending hours mulling over the Lost on Mulholland Drive site, I found myself even more confused than before.  Quite frankly, the “Classical Interpretation” of the movie was one that I had not even remotely thought of before viewing the … Continue reading

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The Mulholland Dream

After re-watching what I view as a leader in narrative complexity, I am still left with many questions about David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr. While I have a basic theory that I have developed from my own viewing experience and perusing the … Continue reading

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My brain after this movie is… silencio

I don’t think I’ve ever had to think so much about a movie before watching Mulholland Dr. My interpretation of it is still pretty vague; watching this movie multiple times seems necessary to catch all the little details for further … Continue reading

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Mulholland Drive: Back to Square 10

Mulholland Dr. is more aptly named Mulholland Culdesac, in my eyes. As the movie begins, you start near the end, square 10. As the movie progresses you move backwards to square 1, and then abruptly back to the beginning (which … Continue reading

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