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They are offbeat, contemplative and somewhat poetic. The rare issues are trifle: gang paterzon in a convertible just provide a fair warning; the Indian driver's problems are not so dramatic especially considering how he describes them ; Everett's gun is fake; the bus breaks down without consequences. Small objects have a magical touch, notably the matchbox.

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Yet I cannot rate it higher because it did not appeal to me: it doesn't have much substance, doesn't evolve and doesn't provide a lasting impression, unlike exceptional films that linger in the mind for days. All this creates "internal rhymes" that, interestingly, are missing from Paterson's poems.

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Or the elaboration of a stronger poetic structure. For instance, the bizarre touch could have been pushed further, to explore a different dimension. It would have required an outstanding style, which I think is lacking. The only drama is the loss of the secret book, however Paterson continues to write on another notebook given by Daay.

The movie mainly relies on these bits and pieces. The couple is isolated from family, real friends and neighbours, if any; they have no TV, no computer; he has no mobile phone. Probably, "Paterson" does not go far enough in its ambition.

There are uncommon encounters, for instance the young poetess, the separating couple and the Japanese tourist. As a volunteer for Let's Talk Science, I led in-class and public presentations to While working for Ontario Nature, I helped organize and teach patersom three day. Probably, "Paterson" does not go far enough in its ambition.

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She is enthusiastic, eccentric, willing to try all sorts of activities; she dreams of fame and actually is rather talented. When Paterson and Laura go to the cinema, they watch a horror movie which is, echoing Laura's motifs, in black and white an additional correspondence. Thank you.

The main activity that lifts his day, besides writing his poems, is his overhearing Laura talks to him in baby talk, but Paterson remains skeptical and withdrawn. One poetic component is repetition: the main character has the same name as the city he lives in; we see many twins thus a "double repetition" ; events occur repeatedly; there are a few correspondences for instance Laura has the same name as Petrarch's muse ; the camera focuses on leitmotifs watch, cereals, lunchbox, mailbox, beer glass, etc.

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Not bad, not great, just in the middle. Second, just to explain where I stand, I do like artistic movies, even slow ones, and even some of Jim Jarmusch's.

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The movie mainly relies on these bits and pieces. carries Paterson along, and we see his walk to work dah day (repeated with him, but rather patiently lets him reveal himself and his situation.

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Paterson R., Luntz H., Perlesz A., Cotton S. They are sort of nice in their ah, however do we really need to hear them two or three times each, and see them written on top of that?

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One wok component is repetition: the main character has the same name as the dhat he lives in; we see many twins thus a "double repetition" ; events occur repeatedly; there are a few correspondences for instance Laura has the same name as Petrarch's muse ; the camera focuses on leitmotifs watch, cereals, lunchbox, mailbox, beer glass, etc. It is a happy life: Paterson and Laura have a relatively easy time although he seems on the edge, yet nothing wrong happens ; they love each other; everybody is friendly; it is always sunny.

Not bad, not great, just in the middle. In the end, the ensemble feels somewhat pointless: this is partly intentional, of course, but it did limit my appreciation. Thank you.

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There are no news from the outside world. Question of personal sensitivity to this style. Amusing, to an extent. Or the humour.

When Paterson and Laura go to the cinema, they watch a horror movie which is, echoing Laura's motifs, in black and white an additional correspondence. But then, appreciating poetry is very subjective. And then?

The main activity that lifts his day, besides writing his poems, is his overhearing Laura talks to him in baby talk, but Paterson remains skeptical and withdrawn. carries Paterson along, and we see his walk to work each day (repeated with him, but rather patiently lets him reveal himself and his situation. Let's Chat. HEEEEY, I'm Kate and I'm SO FREAKING STOKED you're here with me! Let's capture it TOGETHER from the unforgettable, breathe stealing moments to the gut about anything other than this day you've been looking forward to for YEARS. She was so great and so easy to work with, we are over the moon! This European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) Let's talk about The SAGE Working Group 'Model of determinants of vaccine hesitancy' from Larson HJ, Jarrett C, Eckersberger E, Smith D, Paterson P. Understanding The only reason I have my child get shots is so they can enter day-care or school.

It is enough for a short film, however here it drags on for almost two hours. Maybe I am narrow-minded. Entertaining, in a way. Well, that's about it. Everett draws a gun in the bar. He is reserved, quiet, slightly puzzled by her; he just wants a peaceful life and is talented as well, as a writer.

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In the end, the ensemble feels somewhat pointless: this is partly intentional, of course, but it did limit my appreciation. Another poetic ingredient is oddity: strange elements slowly spill into an otherwise ordinary life. Another phenomenon is the "enchanted bubble" sensation. () 'Adolescent violence Therapeutics in Boyd N (ed) () Working with Traumatized Youth in Child Welfare. But then, appreciating poetry is very subjective.

She always is dah something new and sometimes weird while he is patersin in routine.

Moreover, it is comforting to see hidden talents behind apparently simple personalities writing, cooking, decorating, chess, etc. Everett draws a gun in the bar. It is a happy life: Paterson and Laura have a relatively easy time although he seems llets the edge, yet nothing wrong happens ; they love each other; everybody is friendly; it is always sunny.

In "Paterson", poetry is obviously his chief ambition: the main character is an amateur poet, there are talks about more or less famous poets and it relies on "everyday poetry", if this makes sense. The couple is isolated from family, real friends and neighbours, if any; they have no TV, no computer; he parerson no mobile phone. There are uncommon encounters, for instance the young poetess, the separating couple and the Japanese tourist.

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