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Kuleshov was an early Russian filmmaker. He believed that juxtaposing two unrelated images could convey a separate meaning. His example was a shot of a man and then a shot of a bowl of food conveyed the idea of hunger even though the shot of the man and the shot of the bowl was done at different times and places.

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