Doctor Who: Logopolis
Roger once said that artwork is the closest that we could come to understanding how a stranger feels and movies simply because an amalgum of audio and visual form of disciplines, makes a very complex and sophisticated form of art. There is an undeniable effect that movies have in our thought process. When we exit a theatre following watching a movie, we leave with the definite kind of thoughts depending upon the movie we observed. With our responsibilities of daily life we skip through myriads of social and emotional aspects that keep us humane. We live in a world with so much colors and variants of human aspects yet we fail to recognize and enjoy, while busy in our promises. And that is where movies can be a sweet reminder of whatever we are and what we possess. Let us take "Forrest Gump" for instance that portrays the innocence of a guy, with the spirit to make something out of himself despite all the shortcomings. Or the more recent a single "Happythankyoumoreplease", which shows cartoon figures, no different from the ones inside our neighborhood. The characters in the reel world are no not the same as those in our real world and the challenges they face are just a version of the ones all of us face. And movies help all of us understand life through varied perspectives.
Actor: Tom Baker, Matthew Waterhouse, Sarah Sutton, Janet Fielding, Anthony Ainley
Company: British Broadcasting Corporation
Country: United Kingdom
Crew: Peter Grimwade (Director), Christopher H. Bidmead (Writer), Christopher H. Bidmead (Script Editor), John Nathan-Turner (Producer), Barry Letts (Executive Producer)
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