As films teach us a new way of visual rules and narratives, text changes and expands our conception of image reconstruction and the boundaries we can expand.
I don't think the only role of film is to satisfy our poor audio-visual desires. I think in most people who love movies are looking for a poetic feeling, because the film gives people an illusion of traveling through unreal memories, with the help of images we dive into other people's lives and experience a very different experience from their own complicated life, a film is a highly concentrated memory crystal, and we enjoy this poetic difference.
Our fascination with the power of literature is not only because the arrangement of individual words can form our unexpected world, we can also take the opportunity to walk into the author's heart to peer into the feelings of others.
If we accept the situation recorded by the camera, we will determine our own memory in twenty-four frames of imagery. It is difficult for the audience to understand the connection between fragmented images, but the text fills this non-shareable void as a statement of memory, and as a creator it is impossible to simply present meaningless fragmentary ideas when sharing his own experiences and ideas, and only narrative things can make us understand.