Interesting little treatise by Oscar-winning editor Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, Godfather, etc.) He’s got an interesting idea about how blinking is actually the closest the real world has to film editing, and how a good editor would essentially anticipate the audience’s blinking rhythms. If you could watch the audience in a movie theater, he says, and they’re really into the movie, they all ought to be blinking in synch. He’s got some other points, but this is short, sweet, and simple.