Editorial

XI.5 September + October 2004
Page: 4
Digital Citation

Emotion


Authors:
Steven Pemberton

Sometimes I think that the times I experience the most emotion are when I'm watching either the big screen or the little screen. With decennia of experience the filmmakers know extremely well how to provoke emotions: I have (as a child I admit) hidden behind the seat in fear watching The Wizard of Oz, or Dr. Who. I have cried, laughed out loud, and been shocked¬ówell it seems that if there is an emotion, I have felt it while watching a film. I recently had to admire the TV series The Office, which seems to have made an art…




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