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The TRƎNCHԀƎOԀ⅂Ǝ Mixtape [Narrative]
is your experience… where you assign value and meaning.
The Rashomon effect is a storytelling and writing method in cinema in which an event is given contradictory interpretations or descriptions by the individuals involved, thereby providing different perspectives and points of view of the same incident. The term, derived from the 1950 Japanese film Rashomon, is used to describe the phenomenon of the unreliability of eyewitnesses.