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Re: BRAINSTORM (spoiler) [message #118808] Tue, 24 September 2013 14:36
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Of course, the real problem with Brainstorm was that the woman's senses
continued to provide input to the recorder after they biologically ceased to
transmit signals.  The angels were also a bit silly.  Nonetheless, overall,
a science fiction film that tries to describe the human implication of a new
class of technologies, and pretty well done.
Tim Maroney, Carnegie-Mellon University, Networking
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