Johnny Ray Huston's top 10 viewing experiences of 2006 - Page 2

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Somnambucinema deserves an essay, but for now I'll just mention a recent fave example of the form — Paz Encina's Hamaca Paraguaya, which spends 90 minutes or so showing a hammock in sun and shade while a couple bickers about it, their son, and their country. There you have it: a critical, two-way filmic window into many people's awareness of Paraguay and its history, if they even have one.

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