Dir. Buster Keaton (1924) One of the great comic's masterpieces, this lyrical contemplation of the film medium stars the Great Stone Face as a hapless projectionist who dreams he's in the film he's showing. A French critic aptly noted: "If a thousand years hence, the cinema were as dead as the dodo, any archaeologist would be capable of recapturing its essence simply by having the good fortune to see Sherlock Jr."
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