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BBC.How.Art.Made.the.World.1of5.More.Human.Than.Human.Xvid.AC3.www.mvgroup.org.srt

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(NARRATOR) Images dominate our lives,

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They tell us how to behave,

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- What to think,
- (BLAIR) Yes, Prime Minister.

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Even how to feel,

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They mould and define us,

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But why do these images,

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the pictures, symbols
and the art we see around us every day,

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have such a powerful hold on us?

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The answer lies not here in our time

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but thousands of years ago.

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Because when
our ancient ancestors first created

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the images that made sense of their world,

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they produced a visual legacy
which has helped to shape our own.

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BBC.How.Art.Made.the.World.2of5.The.Day.Pictures.Were.Born.Xvid.AC3.www.mvgroup.org.srt

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There's something we do hundreds
of times a day without even noticing it.

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It's an ability that we utterly depend on
in our lives yet we take it for granted.

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Just watch.

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We see some lines
and can give them meaning.

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We can tell one shape from another,

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And we understand that an arrangement
of colours can represent something,

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The ability to read images
is an essential part of our lives,

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What if we didn't have this ability?

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Imagine we couldn't understand images.
What would our world be like?

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For a start, images would
never have been invented,

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We'd have lost something,,,we totally rely on,

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BBC.How.Art.Made.the.World.3of5.The.Art.of.Persuasion.Xvid.AC3.www.mvgroup.org.srt

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New York, September 2004,

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The race for the White House
was reaching a dramatic climax,

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The candidates were
neck and neck in the polls,

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Both were now desperate to seize
any advantage over the other,

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President Bush was heading for his party's
convention at Madison Square Garden,

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This was effectively his last
opportunity to get ahead,

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His advisors knew that everything
depended on how he was presented,

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They needed an iconic image to convince
the American electorate that he was their man,

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And that would mean
exploiting the power of art,

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Although they didn't know it,

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the techniques that they turned to
weren'

BBC.How.Art.Made.the.World.4of5.Once.Upon.A.Time.Xvid.AC3.www.mvgroup.org.srt

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(CHEERING)

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Always wanted to stand on the red carpet
and now I'm here.

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But what's brought me
and hundreds of others here

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to the premire of a Hollywood blockbuster
in London's Leicester Square?

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The answer is the extraordinary power
of feature film to tell a story.

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Stories that terrify us,

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Stories that enchant us,

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And stories that inspire us,

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But the power of visual storytelling
is not a modern phenomenon,

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Feature films today are using techniques
developed way back in the distant past,

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For thousands of years, artists grappled
with ways to bring their stories alive,

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to

BBC.How.Art.Made.the.World.5of5.To.Death.and.Back.Xvid.AC3.www.mvgroup.org.srt

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(SPIVEY) Every day of our lives,

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we are bombarded
by thousands of different images,

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images which affect us
in countless different ways,

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But of all these there's one particular kind
of image whose power is uniquely mesmerising,

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because while it terrifies us
somehow it also comforts,

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But although it can manipulate us,
it also reassures,

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It's the image of death.

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Even though these young people have
probably never seen a dead body in their lives,,,

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they are captivated by these pictures,

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And they're not alone,,,

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because, whether we realise it or not,
we are all drawn to images of death,

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