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- n. Plural form of diegesis.
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And the more you force the subjective diegeses to collide, the more likely you are to shake someone out of their immersion.
Why is it a film that, unlike any previous Lynch film, seems to lack control entirely, that flits from scene to scene - indeed into and out of various diegeses - almost at random?
In comics, story worlds are obsessively built by mainstream creators, and the most common diegeses are the Marvel and DC "universes."