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January 11, 2010

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What's more, the music gets all insistent. This may be too abrupt a genre change for mainstream television, but don't long-running fictional narratives thrive on that sort of thing? Hear this, whoever's gunning to produce the next teen hit: you might consider hiring a video artist from the 1990s. That's my advice.

Is this the same Doug Aitken that wrote the book Broken Screen: Expanding The Image, Breaking The Narrative?

I think those three videos could be better to be honest I didn't get any feeling neither emotion, I think they can improve them.m10m

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