Take the one space as a repetition of the other.
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If they do stir, then repetition and awkwardness distinguish their behavior.
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Yet, through time, duration, it - the narration - becomes more and more abstracted, a repetition.
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Any idea of a domestic idyll is dispelled by the tense, threatening repetitions of fluits and percussion.
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The pre-programmed movements of the figure at first appear violent, but in their repetition, they reveal an undisclosed tragedy: the inability to break free of the decorum of traditions.
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Various things they share can be recognised, such as the relation with music, popular culture and media, working with repetition, provocation and the investigation of the process of expectation.
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Clarity, mutual linkability of the parts, standardisation, repetition, maximum recognisability, these are the characteristics that optimum communication and the realistic version of the world have in common.
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Various overlapping themes and strategies can be recognised, such as the relation with music, popular culture and media, working with repetition, provocation and the investigation of the process of expectation.
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Massiveness, energy and large-scale movement, combined with montage techniques in which repetition, speed, double images and skewed perspectives heighten the film's dynamism and complexity, are key components of this artistic propaganda.
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The periodic repetition of the fights and the continuity of indifference of the diners are differing realities that intersect in another dimension, which means that the irruption of the fight is no more an event than the continuity of dining is a non-event.
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