January 10th, 2011 / 2:04 pm

What books feel like this?


  1. Eli Artichoke

      I can’t believe I watched the whole thing.

      Is that a viral marketing video for durable digital cameras?

      Entertaining video. Cool transitions.

      Not sure which books feel like that, but I guess ones with cool transitions.

  2. dude just did that

      perhaps the most painful things I’ve watched in ages.

  3. chris forgues

      good books that have chapters which all end with similar cliffhangers that are smoothly resolved or abandoned in the following chapters. classic reads. popular young adult novels.

      @others, ‘Oops’ won the 2010 Vimeo award for best experimental film

      it’s cool.

  4. Matthew Simmons

      A novel that unsettles you with each new chapter:

      The Man Who Was Thursday by GK Chesterton

  5. Eryh


  6. eric

      if upon a winter’s night a traveler

  7. Anonymous


  8. Janey Smith

      Wish they all did. I want it to keep going. Forever.

  9. m

      i was going to say this. this.

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  11. Christopher Higgs

      This is great, Ken! I showed it in class today. Had a good discussion about transition, perspective, speed, affect, fluidity. We focused in on the sequence beginning when the fella says he’s going to throw his mother’s camera into the air — to the plane going into the building — to the roller coaster — to the club, a couple of times in order to really get a sense of what the filmmaker was doing and how he was doing it. Such a provocative and engaging work. Loved it.

  12. Gerry Rice

      makes me think of what reincarnation might be like if you were a camera and kept coming back as a camera.