Tom Carson talking about Steve McQueen’s Shame

…dedication to his material is at once impressive and peculiarly abstract, may not even consider that reaction symptomatic of a failure to involve us at what used to be called the human level.”

-Tom Carson in BlackBook

I point this out because it is one of the fundamental points I believe met be in the creation of a story. Unfortunately, it is also one of that each audience member will respond to it differently.

(Originally posted on 8secondsofawesome.com.)

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