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The article claims that Roeg employs the cut-up technique. Note that this is a literary technique, and montage techniques already existed in film before Brion Gysin et al employed it in the literary context. More likely that Roeg draws on film techniques, e.g. the Kuleshov Effect. In any event there is no attribution that Roeg uses the (literary) cut-up technique to make films. (Also see my comments at Talk:Cut-up technique) -- Gyrofrog(talk) 20:30, 27 January 2010 (UTC)