These NYILFF Ads Say What Every Movie Fan Was Thinking
For instance, one of the NYILFF ads shows a target practice chart with only one bullet nicking the shoulder of a human figure while a barrage of bullets surrounds the chart. The caption on the chart reads, "Villain's accuracy against the hero in a movie," perfectly expressing movie watchers' frustration with film protagonists seemingly always facing incompetent marksmen.
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