Stanley Kubrick insisted that a feature film can be constructed from six to eight ‘non-submersible units’. A non-submersible unit is a fundamental story sequence where all the non-essential elements have been stripped away. These units would be so robust and compelling that they would, by themselves, be able to keep the viewer interested. They would contain only what is necessary for the storyline. And when joined together they would form a greater narrative.
blahmushyblah asked: Do you cover nasty sculptures/art/public horrors? If so, the "running clock" outside Buchanan Bus Station and surrounding buildings may be up your street. I dislike it, it's always freaked me out.
I do cover sculpture, yes. That Running Clock thing is pretty terrible. Too ugly for my blog actually: