vivid Japanese sun seems the blazing focus of the glassy ocean's immeasureable burning-glass.
I think that the most fearsome attribute of these awesome creatures is their silence and the fact that one never sees them--nothing but those baleful eyes glaring unblinkingly
out of the dark void behind.
She giggles like a little girl when she recalls Hunt's proposal and unblinkingly
talks of her devotion for her husband.
But because Foot unblinkingly
takes Wells's part against all naysayers, he gives short shrift to the whole Fabian controversy.
The hype machinery doubtless will be fueled by the novelty of a woman directing an intense, unblinkingly
violent drama about rabid British football fans viciously clashing in the streets of London.
ordered 10,000 copies for NEMS, a magic number that he thought would automatically land a place in the British charts.
Watching the street images in the gallery is not unlike the experience of walking along the street itself, with the perhaps not-so-subtle difference that here it is easier to feel a voyeur as the camera stares unblinkingly
at clinching couples and you notice the vulnerability of a scantily-clad woman trying, without much success, to hail a taxi.
Head turned to face the camera, her hair hangs down in front of her face and, exceptionally, one visible eye stares unblinkingly
straight into the camera.
For the first time, I think, Sokurov concentrated unblinkingly
on a subject, as if he'd figured out a purpose for all that avant-garde trickery.
Once I've stuck the card in the slot and it starts processing, we both stare unblinkingly
at our respective screens, waiting for them to move on to the pIn entering stage.
Bogawa's static, long takes unblinkingly
record the exteriors of buildings where Bogawa and friends used to hang out to hear music; some buildings are still in existence, some are long gone, some are accompanied with anecdotes, and others with just a chyron to indicate their relevance.
IT was like a scene from a 1960s 'B' movie as the trio marched unblinkingly
and silently past me, clipboards pinned fast to their sides by their elbows.