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Edge Codes: Beyond the Cut
Time Out says
Those prone to epileptic seizures or unpleasant flashbacks to Oliver Stone's
Natural Born Killers are hereby warned: Shuper's documentary about the
history of film editing sure has a lot of flashy scissor work—and not just in
terms of well-chosen examples. The first minute alone pummels your eyeballs into
submission: a relentless assault of movie clips, sound bites, Janet Leigh
getting it in the shower and surely about 800 other pieces of presumably germane
material. If you can wade your way through the waves of slickness, though,
there's much value here, including interviews with top cutters like Raging
Bull's Thelma Schoonmaker.