I wonder if Local 600 has an opinion on this.
The new Shout Factory Collector's Edition blu-ray includes both cuts of The Lawnmower Man.
Is there any site that provides a more detailed look at his methodology? That American Photo article doesn't reveal much. Neither does his website. In any case, it seems this was merely an art project. I'm skeptical of any data that could be obtained regarding directorial style and intent from single images like these. The Eye of the Beholder sees all, I suppose.
I would think much more value could be obtained by presenting each film as a series of long exposures. One for each scene.
Another alternative: One exposure for each of the three acts of the film (assuming a three act structure, of course).
I saw Invasion. It was actually really good.
But, yeah, I can see how the whole production would have been potentially loaded with issues. Lots of water location shooting.
The color pink supposedly represents femininity, yet there is no corresponding color to represent masculinity.
How can femininity be defined by a particular color, if "not feminine" can't be defined by a different color?
The author should have studied a little more math and a little less psychology.