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On Monday, February 5, 2018 at 4:11:21 PM UTC-5, Greg Singh wrote:

> Wow, that's quite a pile of shit.  So my little primer on distribution 
> channels of movies went right over your head.  It's a Netflix movie 
> release through Netflix.  Is Netflix a "video"?  No, it's a streaming 
> video channel.  Is a movie released through a streaming video channel a 
> made for TV movie then?  Not in the conventional sense because they're 
> using production values and budgets deemed for theatrical films.  It's a 
> new paradigm.  If you need help understanding this, just ask.  If you 
> want another exercise in small mindedness there are specific dudes that 
> are best at that.

trotsky never tires of chasing his tail.