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As Bergson says, we do not perceive the thing or the image in its entirety, we always perceive less of it, we perceive only what we are interested in perceiving or rather what it is in or interest to perceive, by virtue of our economic interests, ideological beliefs, and psychological demands. We therefore normally perceive only cliches. But if our sensory-motor schemata jam or break, then a different type of image can appear, because it no longer has to be "justified." - Gilles Deleuze, "Cinema and Time," in The Deleuze Reader, ed., C. Bouncas (New York: Columbia University, 1993), p. 182.
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