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Visions of the miles of cable you'll need to wire every building on campus writhe and slither through your brainpan.
Series 7,'' a dead-on satire of reality TV game shows, has been percolating in writer-director Daniel Minahan's brainpan since the mid-1990s.
It's not a sign of the unhinging of a wobbly brainpan to predict material modifications in brewers territorial exclusivity policies and contract provisions.
For those able to listen to music without looking, the effect is to cast an ephemeral, shifting sonic landscape directly against the brainpan.
Hou establishes a surprisingly Wongish vibe, with the patterned glamour of Shu Qi's retro outfits, those Bakelite-looking pool balls, and the pop nostalgia of a music track that switch hits between "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" by the Platters and a persistently repeated "Rain and Tears" by Aphrodite's Child (a Baroque-pop classic improbably based on Pachelbel's Canon that will surely lodge in your brainpan, if not your iPod, after its second insidious iteration).
On Saturday night, the words tumbled from the brainpan of Hassan Hamadi.