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2013/09/12
2:51am
Robert
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There is some English word out there for this! It’s just Not ‘epiphany.’
2013/09/12
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In cinematic terms it is a reveal. I suppose in this case reveal applies in two ways. In comedic terms it is a juxtaposition.

2013/09/14
1:33am
Robert
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Yes, a reveal, except this one with its own agenda that blows away everything else. The purposely  incongruous plots- charming, no?  The ultimate reveal is the private agenda of the cameraman who is never seen.
 
 Other verb-nouns of films: a tell, a wrap, a take, a shoot.
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