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B. C. Holmes is an American blogger and film theorist. She is the author of "The Deleuzian Memory of Sans Soleil" [1]

"B.C. Holmes’s essay on Deleuzian Memory presents six "inadequacies of memory" that are easily applied to the works of Resnais and Egoyan. The first inadequacy says the past that is preserved equals only half of time — the present that passes is not really captured along with those images. The sense of time in classical cinema is only indirectly implied through montage." --Crissa-Jean Chappell[2]




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