beseemingly

beseemingly

(bɪˈsiːmɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a manner that is beseeming
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Because the effect of motion in Film is dependent upon the flicker of interruptive black between consecutive stills, the primary sense-of-depth in a film is (as with a strobe) convex vis-a-vis the pulsations of repeatedly lit screen, as if each frame were emerging from the screen itself (which, in the fact of bounce-light, it is)...a progression of images beseemingly emergent upon The Viewer.