So far, I like the use of background information, in support of assertions made. It gives you something to latch onto. I also like the author's conception of the way the studios related to each other, and of the way the studios produced to classic standards, with a direct regard to their times. The narration is so annoying, though, that I may never complete my grasp of this work, because I may never complete listening.
The narration is extremely hard to put up with. Every single sentence is turned at the end, as if it were an unflinching expose of one dirty little secret after another. Given what's really being said from sentence to sentence, the narration is completely absurd, and what is really there to be enjoyed is displaced for you -- unless you reject the reading as it happens, to recast the simple sense for yourself.
Not as yet.
No, not at this time.
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