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Everything Looks Like A Face: Rough Cuts presentation of the scenes in mosaic order. Last night, for the presentation in chronological order, I felt the audience was almost wholly with us throughout; this time, less so. But judging from the comments, a number of people “got it” – we don’t always experience life in chronological order, we’re constantly cutting out to visit the past or the future. Also, there were things I liked better about this order, particularly the scene between young Kai and Dylan in the quarry at the end, which lands harder if you know what becomes of them later. Don’t know what we’ll end up doing with the scene order but I’m glad we did the experiment of presenting it both ways.

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