Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2003/06/22

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Digital usage
From: Slobodan Dimitrov <>
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2003 18:34:28 -0700
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Sometime ago I was on a Bollywood movie set in San Pedro. A loose remake
of Reservoir Dogs. It was great, no publicists, no agents, and most
importantly no handlers counting how many frames you've taken.
The stars, and I mean super stars, were completely and incredibly
accessible and accommodating. From that experience, I decided to check
out a few of their movies. I have to say that I'm now hooked. Thursday
nights on cable, there has been a slew of Indi productions throughout
the month of June. I hope they continue it, as I'm sure it barely taps
the surface.
Slobodan Dimitrov

Karen Nakamura wrote:
> >And how many scripts out of that which are unique? (Not that Hollywood is
> >much better on that point).
> Actually Bollywood is quite innovative. The ones that make it to the
> U.S. tend to be rather stereotypical, but the genre is expanding at
> an amazing rate. I've been attending several lectures by Bollywood
> specialists and it's quite a fascinating subfield of film studies.
> Don't pan it until you've seen several dozen. :-)
> Karen
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