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This page Cut is part of the cut-up technique series. Illustration: Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe by Eugène Bataille subverts the Mona Lisa:
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This page Cut is part of the cut-up technique series.
Illustration: Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe by Eugène Bataille subverts the Mona Lisa:

"The final scene in the film Cinema Paradiso is a montage of deleted kissing scenes from the movies shown at the local movie theatre Cinema Paradiso, where the protagonist Salvatore used to hang out as a kid, keeping the old projectionist, Alfredo (Philippe Noiret), company." --Sholem Stein

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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel

Cut may refer to:

  • A type of wound, usually a laceration or incision to the skin
  • In a related use, as a slang term for a male who has been circumcised
  • In film editing, a transition to a new shot
  • In filmmaking, a director's command to the cast and crew to end a scene.
  • Cut (clothing), a garment's style, as opposed to its fabric or trim
  • Cut (music), a certain repetition in African American music
  • Cut and paste, a widely used procedure for change data emplacement in informatic storage or applications.

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