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Saturday, 6 December 2014

Bureau of Visual Records



   Once upon a time, symbolically speaking, the Prisoner was interpreted as demonstrating his rebellious nature by entering a building via the “way out” in the opening sequence. However logic, along with the action on the screen tells us the Prisoner is leaving the underground car park via the way out. However having been abducted to, and having woken up in The Village, Number 6 was sometimes found to be looking for the “way out!” Number 48 on the other hand, didn’t need to look for the “way out,” he simply “went and gone!" He had never been "with it" meaning with them, he'd gone, gone away.  But then he was, and then he went and gone! 

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