COMMENTARY: Surrealism, Tahoes And My Check Card

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Posted: January 17, 2013 at 2:10 a.m.

In the 1924 surrealist film “Entr’acte” by the great French director Rene Clair, we are treated to the spectacle of watching the famous painter and poet Francis Picabia leap up and down next to a cannon in slow motion (hey, I said it was a surrealist film). The scene speaks to me as it perfectly recreates my behavior inside an Arvest Bank exactly five months ago.

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