Scenes are constructed as interior monologues, and the comprehensive avoidance of classic continuity editing--of showing a master shot, then cutting in with medium shots and close ups--allows settings and tenses to shift inconstantly
, then to return in modified form later in the film, according to the workings of three separate interior monologues.
In the case of Alfred Chester, the phenomenon of a writer inconstantly
revived and available at a publisher's turn of mood but unjustly re-ignored, proves intriguing and provocative.
14) Nevertheless, the United Nations and the international system wield executive authority so infrequently and inconstantly
that broad conclusions are not yet possible.