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On Thursday, February 7, 2002, at 10:22 , Vincent Campbell wrote:
> montage emerged, to some extent, out of
> how people used film, and experimented with it.
And also, (hey, it's basic), with the fact that film came in
short duration spools, and continuous filming was _impossible_.
The early, and well-heeled, studios used more than one camera,
Montage is an inherent property of cinema.
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