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(Response Paper) The Conundrum in the Stars: Appeasing the Human Mind with Art and Criticism

In response to: “What is Criticism? (A Preliminary Dialogue)” and “The Critic as Artist and Vice Versa” in the book “Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth” by A. O. Scott A response paper for my Advanced Film Theory and Criticism class After reading “What is Criticism? (A Preliminary Dialogue)” and “The Critic as Artist and Vice Versa” in the book “Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth,” writer A.O.

‘Nasaan Ka Man’ Film Review: A bittersweet tale

Set in the fog-covered, cold, and mysterious Baguio which reflects the story's mood and atmosphere, "Nasaan Ka Man" explores the tale of passion, undying memories, unfulfilled promises, lost dreams, and tragic love. The film opens with a horror feel crawling into its slowly unfolding love story — musing into a suspense-filled route that somehow extends to the issues of the paranormal. A touch of horror gets injected every now and then. The plot takes on different hues and dimensions for the usual love-triangle fare. Filled with metaphors, finely orchestrated

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