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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Homer Alone

This comes from one of my favorite episodes of all time, appropriately names "Homer Alone."
I absolutely love this scene. When Marge is returning from her stress getaway, she holds up a picture of her family in anticipation of seeing them again, and as she pulls it down, the family is situated perfectly behind it, in an uninvitating pose. Pictures don't represent. That's my point. When someone sticks a camera in your face in hopes of obtaining the perfect picture, they are not getting a true picture. These framgrags prove that theory. One thing that really stands out to me in the second picture, is how homer's hair is leaning and the position of his head. You rarely ever see homer's hair change. It means so much to the second frame that these two things be present, because that's the first thing you notice thats changed.


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