I think what I like most is the artistic discovery in the story, the thought that to write seriously, no matter what genre you write or do not write in, you should never try to be someone else, try to be from a different time or be someone different than you are. The point is the value of artistic authenticity, of drawing from from personal experiences and the integrity in being a contemporary. You know, shit like that.
Titin's not new, but it shows how far the cinematic imagination can really go; and it's pretty fucking amazing how it can just go on and on and on....and on and on....and on and on and on and on some more.
With that said...when it does go on and on and on, it drones. And these were continuous shots.