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A one-sentence review. This does not mean the sentence is short. For example "Beatle Queen Conquers Tokyo - very interesting documentary about the Japanese interest in collecting bugs and insects, and I went into it thinking "that's what it is" and I came out of it thinking "well I've learned an awful lot about a culture I knew nothing about" - it's about how beauty is only beautiful if it's passing and transient; it's about how the insect world is a microcosm of the rest of the world; it's about the eternity of the spirit; it's about why dragonflies are warriors; and it's about miniaturisation and it's about how there's an awful lot going on in what appears to be a documentary about people collecting bugs."
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A one-sentence review. This does not mean the sentence is short. For example:
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<blockquote>"Beatle Queen Conquers Tokyo - very interesting documentary about the Japanese interest in collecting bugs and insects, and I went into it thinking "that's what it is" and I came out of it thinking "well I've learned an awful lot about a culture I knew nothing about" - it's about how beauty is only beautiful if it's passing and transient; it's about how the insect world is a microcosm of the rest of the world; it's about the eternity of the spirit; it's about why dragonflies are warriors; and it's about miniaturisation and it's about how there's an awful lot going on in what appears to be a documentary about people collecting bugs."</blockquote>

Latest revision as of 00:34, 8 January 2018

A one-sentence review. This does not mean the sentence is short. For example:

"Beatle Queen Conquers Tokyo - very interesting documentary about the Japanese interest in collecting bugs and insects, and I went into it thinking "that's what it is" and I came out of it thinking "well I've learned an awful lot about a culture I knew nothing about" - it's about how beauty is only beautiful if it's passing and transient; it's about how the insect world is a microcosm of the rest of the world; it's about the eternity of the spirit; it's about why dragonflies are warriors; and it's about miniaturisation and it's about how there's an awful lot going on in what appears to be a documentary about people collecting bugs."