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Ambiguous and Open Ended Film Endings

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  • #16
    It's rare to find a Socialist with wit and imagination (Bernard Shaw, perhaps).

    Woody Allen, Bergman, Losey, Kubrick and the Nouvelle-Vague have all been used by the intellectually-pretentious Virtue-signallers to condescend over the ordinary cinema-goer who likes a story with a beginning and an end.

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    • #17
      [QUOTE=jamal.nazreddin;n54092]It's rare to find a Socialist with wit and imagination (Bernard Shaw, perhaps).

      Woody Allen, Bergman, Losey, Kubrick and the Nouvelle-Vague have all been used by the intellectually-pretentious Virtue-signallers to condescend over the ordinary cinema-goer who likes a story with a beginning and an end.[/QUOTE]


      Well, you've got me there. There really is no answer to that sort of Blimpish gibberish..


      (apologies to Steve for the reference).

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      • #18
        I think of the JB Priestley film 'They Came to a City' as rather ambiguous.

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