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This Video Shows Classic Movies Borrowing Images From Art History

Cinema is, of course, a visual medium. A good director is very much like a painter, responsible for creating a set of striking images that maintain your interest as a viewer. So it should come as little surprise to know that a film director would be inspired by works of visual art. But it is […]
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