My Light on Celluloid
cel·lu·loid (sel-yuh-loid) N.
1. A colorless flammable material made from nitrocellulose and camphor and used to make photographic film.
2a. Motion-picture film: "a strange, anachronistic sight: theater pieces transferred to celluloid" (David Ansen).
2b. The cinema; motion pictures: "There are no heroes but in celluloid" (Charles Langbridge Morgan).
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