Sublime confusion

The Philosophers' Magazine 47 (47):73-78 (2009)
Around these unstable, ill-defined, gaseous images, the film most daringly constructs multiple film-worlds. These are parallel, or subjective, or future film-worlds – sheets of time, as the philosopher Gilles Deleuze would call them – narrative lines which refract over and around each other to create an almost crystalline form to the film. And these sheets of past, present, or future fluidly combine and twist: scenes shift with the swiftness of thought
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