Strange Continuity: Why Our Brains Don't Explode at Film Cuts
by Aeon Video
Considering cinema has been around since roughly 1888, and editing arrived even later, how do audiences process film cuts so easily? In this video essay, Aeon Video discusses how some of our mental and visual experiences actually have more in common with editing than you may realize.
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