is a feature-length documentary that delves into the psychology of film editing –  the mystery of how and why an edited movie so effortlessly makes sense.

The illuminating work of film editor Walter Murch, scholar David Bordwell and a varied group of psychologists suggests that in cinema’s earliest years, the basic film edits were shaped to the mechanisms of human perception.

But in the remote mountains of Turkey, a budding researcher – and a group of people who have never seen films before – put this deepest of cinematic ideas to the test.

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