ALSO SPRACH FRANK AND DAVE
1. think, 2. ship, 3. under, 4. choice, 5. agree,
6. single, 7. aspect, 8. afraid, 9. proven, 10. control SCREEN PLAY
B. The camera moves toward the art table as the slit moves from left to right across the art.
C. The camera moves away from the table as the table moves down at increasing speed to keep the bottom of the numerals at the same level.
D. The table stays still, then moves to the right at twice the speed of the slit, causing part of the 2 to be recorded backward. The table repeats the process, staying still and moving to the right at double speed three more times.
E. The table stays still until halfway through one of the 0s. The table moves right at twice the speed of the slit, so that the camera records the first half of the 0 backward; then the table holds still, while the camera records the same 0 again and completes the rest of the numerals.
F. The table bobs down and up seven and a half times, like a weight on a spring.
G. The camera sits farther away and the table moves to the right slowly as the slit passes over the first and third numerals. The camera sits closer and the table moves to the left slowly while the slit passes over the second and fourth numerals. The camera moves only during the time the slit passes over the gap between two numerals.
H. Everything stays still as the slit passes over the first two numerals. To shuffle the order of the last two digits, the table rapidly moves vertically past the edge of the film frame so the art is not visible to the camera; next, the table moves left or right to the appropriate digit, then back down, all during the brief time the slit passes over the gap between two numerals. ONE MAN'S MONOLITH IS ANOTHER MAN'S TETRAHEDRON
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