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Eisenstein, S. M., Pudovkin, V. I., & Alexandrov, G. V. (1928) A statement. . Retrieved January 16, 2006, http://lavender.fortune ... slane/575/statement.htm
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      Montage is the only reason for the power of cinema. Becasue applying sound individually to each section of the montage reinforces the independence of that section and therefore destroys the cohesion of the whole montage and weakens any meaning in it, the case is made that sound must be applied nonsynchronously . There should be a counterpoint of aural and visual images.
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