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  • "One of the most visually and artistically exciting documentaries I've seen at this year's Sundance Film Festival - or outside of Sundance in the past few years, frankly - Protagonist is hard to define and easy to enjoy, seemingly scatter-shot but possessed by pure focus, full of invention and newness, but also firmly committed to sure-handed storytelling and classic tradition," writes Cinematical's James Rocchi.

    GreenCine Daily: Sundance. Protagonist.

  • Speaking of puppetry - well, Malkovich provides a weak segue - Jessica Yu's Protagonist is a fascinating, ambitious if not always fully successful documentary that brings together four unrelated men to tell the stories of making major transitions, or transformations, in their lives.

    GreenCine Daily: Park City Dispatch. 4.

  • (link) 4s Marry 4s, 7s Marry 7s: I guess, although because Romance Dude actually isn't Main Protagonist (at least from my perspective), the whole romance subplot doesn't factor in too much.

    intertribal: the a-team

  • So poor Katie H Protagonist is now slapping on Maybelline WetShine Diamonds in Raunchy Red.

    Devil's Advocate

  • It employs a Villain Protagonist (later an Anti Villain Protagonist), one thing I’ve never done before but quite enjoy.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Wings’ Second Review Forum

  • So, if you have a band like Blacklist Royals, which I did their full length that came out in June, it's very roots-y and it has a Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty vibe to it with a little bit in the mix from Social Distortion; but then you have Protagonist, which is a melodic hardcore band from South Florida that is fast and a little bit noise.

    Mike Ragogna: Riot Fests & Bloody Wars : Conversations with Less Than Jake and Christopher King, Plus KT Tunstall's Video Exclusive Pt. 2

  • Yesterday, I got to see a preview of a new documentary film by Jessica Yu called Protagonist at the Philoctetes Center.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • In Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash, the main character is actually named Hiro Protagonist, which is probably taking things a bit too far.

    Bogus to Bubbly

  • In a book you wouldn't complain that it simply says "John Protagonist walked to the store," instead of describing the exact path in intricate detail.

    Flower's Lawful, Logical Wind

  • Protagonist Ronda Cari is married and the mother of two and, oh yes, she also dances flamenco!

    Claudia Ricci: Starting Today, Read a Novel in Serial Format, Right Here!

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