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  • The Channelers

      *II: Pleasure in the Confusion of Boundaries and Responsibility in Their Construction*   Artists, curators, and museum/gallery teams build the walls to hide ugly computers and assign crew to the...

  • Wiretapping Pakula's KLUTE

    Oblivious to the male voice talking about her, Bree Daniels (Jane Fonda) continues to dial on the rotary phone. The male voiceover, positioned over a contemplative and anonymous gaze...

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  • Wiretapping Pakula's KLUTE

    Explicit point-of-view (POV) shots are used throughout Klute. For example, twice in the film, the handheld camera looks down through Bree’s skylight, spying on her, oblivious, inside her apartment....

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  • Wiretapping Pakula's KLUTE

    Midway into the film, Bree enters a nightclub. The audience watches her enter from across the dance floor. As dancers cross in front of the camera, it becomes...

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  • Wiretapping Pakula's KLUTE

    Notably, Bree, not the titular Klute, is featured most prominently in the film. We see her in personal, private moments—talking to her therapist, alone in her tiny apartment, walking...

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