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The Aesthetics of Boredom

Slow Cinema and the Virtues of the Long Take in Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Emre Çağlayan

idleness, but aim to re-orient their experience of time and duration so as to engage in active and creative reflection. The films in question do not attempt to bore their audiences en masse by eliciting monotony and idleness, but aim to reorient their

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Jens Eder

, anxiety, dread and despair that do not refer to specific situations; changes in the experience of time; a sense that meaningful action and recovery are impossible; a feeling of impending death; loss of volition and conviction; and various bodily changes

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Michele Barker

can be precisely mapped. To measure time is to measure intervals across a specified distance. Yet our experience of time, and in time, comprises transitions and intervals between the intervals. Something is left out that is always “in” time as