“You see the world through your own time—which means that some values disappear, and some values come into closer focus.”
In the New York Review of Books, Martin Scorsese on reading the language of cinema.
Pictured: Robert Donat in The Magic Box, 1951

“You see the world through your own time—which means that some values disappear, and some values come into closer focus.”

In the New York Review of Books, Martin Scorsese on reading the language of cinema.

Pictured: Robert Donat in The Magic Box, 1951

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