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Two others, dressed somewhat like speed skaters, move in slow and undramatic unison.
What makes Crater very different, and probably less audience-friendly, is its neutral, undramatic approach to the story.
Edward Muska, 25, was part of the group that spent nearly 36 relatively undramatic hours inside — playing cards, watching movies, drinking beer — while Irma howled and rattled outside.
But short of rewriting the script, the show cannot escape the burdens this play imposes – suffering without meaning, ridicule for the sake of ridicule, and undramatic poetry.
This is the most undramatic post-season in any pro league.
Artificiality is what makes reality television enjoyable, even though these same shows, if advertised as fiction, would appear banal, repetitive and undramatic.
The business now at hand is undramatic, practical, and of scientific definiteness and precision.
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