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Joseph's Good Intentions

by Joseph Bada

Film, much like poetry, captures the scent of emotion, the taste of pure free fall. Good cinema resonates cleanly and stirs up the forgotten sediment of thousands of years of evolution. In moments such as those, we find within ourselves a deeply rooted, terrible, atavistic impulse. And as Bogie once said to Audrey, “Never ignore an impulse. Especially if its terrible.”