A thousand cuts must be a metaphor for how much of the film should be removed prior to showing i read some reviews on this and was shocked at how people can praise something that is clearly not quality work. A thousand cuts is a candid exploration of one of americas strangest and most quickly vanishing subcultures it is about the death of physical film in the digital era and about a paranoid secretive eccentric and sometimes obsessive group of film mad collectors who made movies and their projection a private religion in the time before dvds and blu rays. Death by a thousand cuts is a book by the historians timothy brook and gregory blue and scientific researcher jrme bourgon which examines the use of slow slicing or lingchi a form of torture and capital punishment practised in mid and late imperial china from the tenth century until its abolition in 1905. A thousand cuts builds on this success and personifies the life of locksmith and the struggles that his fan base feels nothing is more telling of this than the artwork which features hundreds of fan submitted pictures holding a sign for a thousand cuts while they battle their daily life including hospital stays and more
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