Sunday, June 5, 2016

(Corbett Report) The Prestige - Film, Literature and the New World Order


On this episode Film, Literature and the New World Order we talk to Jay Dyer of about his review of the 2006 Christopher Nolan film, The Prestige. Topics discussed include twilight language and the revelation of the method, what Nikola Tesla signifies in the story, the art of misdirection, the similarities between stagecraft and statecraft, and much more.

This is from Corbett's archives, uploaded to his "Corbett Report Extras" channel on YouTube. He's one of the indie media folks who's been keen on the fact that culture shapes and molds politics for some time, as this video series demonstrates, so if you at all care about your culture and how the media can and do fuck with it then watch this entire series. (Also, find Tom Secker's "Clandestine" series.)

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