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The price of nothing
Nothing is free unless someone gives it to you.

Nothing is free unless someone gives it to you. But when that happens, in most cases you'll get (literally) nothing. It was expected and, honestly, it's what you've asked for. So here: nothing.

While I'm building a sister website -- one which aggregates the most recent movies and video releases -- I spend a not-so-insignificant amount of time daily reviewing trailers. Trailers from new, soon-to-be-released, or just-announced productions, previews for upcoming serials, made-for-streaming videos, smaller indie and art films, etc.  I'll be honest: while the activity is fun and easy, it is also a bit depressing. Thank God I'm only committed to watching the trailers. This "job" would probably feel like torture if I had to watch these videos and movies in their entirety.

The problem is that you (the audience) are often sold something that is but nothing in disguise. So even trailers and previews feel like snapshots of holes leading nowhere.

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Yannick
Last modified on September 2, 2020, 7:58 pm
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