French avant-garde film director, responsible for the
stop-motion 360 swiveling matrix visual effect
whereby thousands of robins and bluebirds are slaughtered
by being sucked through a jet engine, producing a
cloud of feathers that delay the exposures on 70mm
film stock so that they can capture an arbitrary number
of modalities.
Did you see the latest film by Eugene Green? It's ginchy!
I hope not too many birds were chopped to bits this time.
by Charlemagne Bonaparte April 09, 2007

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