The concluding chapter considers the implications of repetition on film, returning to the work of Gilles Deleuze and Yoshimoto Takaaki introduced in the first chapter to ask; Does repetitive film content shape our understanding of the world? What kinds of limits to our understanding can repetitive imagery create? And finally, what kind of media content would help us to imagine new and more equal ways of living?
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