Pictures - July 28, - 0 Comment The original movie, released in by 20th Century Fox, told the story of a ragtag group of survivors trapped on a passenger ship after it is capsized by a monster wave.
It's in Your Head Part 1 "it's in your head" An analysis and guide I recently had an argument with a friend my head over the film Head. As this argument progressed to an unfulfilling climax, I soon realized that my friend understood none of the film. I was quite surprised by this since I have always thought that there really wasn't that much to grasp.
After all, there is no plot, so it should be easy. However, even I, a student of media ecology and pop-culture, must admit I've had my share of flip-flop opinions on this one. So, now I have come to the conclusion that And I am at the brink of obsession - nay, insanity - trying to come to a satisfactory agreement between "me" and my "head".
But relax, you need not put yourself through what I have tormented over for so long. I have chosen to publish my sick obsession for the world to see in the hope of some cure - to be able to go out into the sunshine and breathe the fresh smog once again, and to finally get this Monkee off my back!
I feel much better now. So here is the formula for viewing Head: Listen to the opening title song and do exactly what it says. To begin, I never really thought this film was all that good until I wrote this piece, which is a response to my friend's argument.
I now have a whole new respect for it and it'sits filmmaker; but still this film isn't that profound or intellectual for it to require any kind of in-depth theorizing or analyses. However, there does seem to be some confusion as to what is going on here, and what the hell - it's fun.
So, before I get into it, let me give you a tip: Don't watch the film for at least a year.
Give yourself time to wash away all your pre-conceptions and prior knowledge. Then go back and have another look. Try to simply watch what is happening on the screen, and most importantly - don't think about it!
Feel any different about it? Well then don't waste any more time and start reading! Let's begin with the film's structure: Now, everyone claims it is circular because the end winds up at the beginning - nonsense.
Film is linear - period. We are not dealing with another dimension here. Time is linear, and the medium of film is displayed in time. There is no such thing as a circular film. It just means that the film comes full circle. I know this seems like over-simplifying, but believe me, there are people out there who don't understand this concept.
Head is simply a dream, with a very definite indication of when the dream ends. Fine, we all know it's a dream, but who's dreaming?If one does not want to take that step TALES FOR THE DYING continuity.
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