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A time to love and a time to die: deseo y estructura narrativa en 21 Grams.(Critical essay): An article from: Atlantis, revista de la Asociaciôn Espaòola de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos [HTML] [Digital]

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1. Introduction: "The Earth Turned to Bring Us Closer"

"The Earth turned to bring us closer,/it turned on itself and in us,/until it finally brought us together in this dream". These lines from Venezuelan poet Eugenio Montejo, quoted by Paul (Sean Penn) half way through Alejandro Gonzâlez Iòârritu's second feature film, 21 Grams (2003), refer to the number of small things that need to come together in a specific space and time for something to happen. Paul is invoking the power of numbers, chaos theory and the geometrical patterns of fractals--that is, those non linear systems formed on the basis of the random repetition of simple designs--and the role they may play in our...

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