Found footage workers, here is finally some relief:
during tutorials Jade mentioned this amazing search engine for movie quotes. Say you want to construct a found footage scene around the phrase : It´s all over. This will come up.
|01:52:18 his mind’s already trapped down there. It’s all over.|
01:52:17 But there’s no use in reviving him…
01:52:18 his mind’s already trapped down there. It’s all over.
01:52:23 So that’s it? Then we failed?
01:52:25 We’re done. I’m sorry.
|02:27:31 It’s all over.|
02:27:27 Give it up Quaritch.
02:27:31 It’s all over.
02:27:34 Nothing’s over while I’m breathing.
02:27:37 I kinda hoped you’d say that.
|01:42:18 And it’s all over the place|
01:42:15 His blood smells even worse than he does
01:42:18 And it’s all over the place
01:42:20 But the creep, himself… he’s gone
01:42:25 We’re out of time
|02:13:45 And now it’s all over.|
02:13:40 Everybody had their hands out. Everything was for the taking.
02:13:45 And now it’s all over.
02:13:47 HENRY: That’s the hardest part.
02:13:50 Today everything is different.
But then what happens if you get bored with the stuff you ripped and rearranged? When fascination wears off and it´s all over, so to speak? There is a sustainable way of recycling the wreckage, as Alex pointed out. Look at this brillant documentary, which treats Hollywood movies as documentaries about urban transformations of Los Angeles, as involuntary truth engines recording the decay of public space among many other things. It´s somehow like putting the shot back into the landscape it was taken from. Maybe finally getting rid of it, too. It´s all over the place now. Lost footage as opposed to found footage.
Los Angeles plays itself, Thom Andersen.