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Yet it may be the very familiarity of such images—no one of which has particular ascension over another—that shifts the emphasis, in “Memory of the Camps,” to two sequences. Source

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My gloss:

We've seen images like these (those described in the previous paragraph) many times, and none of them stands out from the rest in our memory. This makes it so more of our attention falls to two series of shots (described in the remainder of the paragraph) when watching “Memory of the Camps”.

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