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obscure

(ŏb-skūr′) [L. obscurus, hide]
1. Hidden, indistinct, as the cause of a condition.
2. To make less distinct or to hide.
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Dorman explains in Revolt of the Provinces, took place "not in the great capitals of art and culture, but rather in obscurer settings, small provincial cities, college towns, artist colonies, and still remoter locations where regionalists uncovered what they perceived to be the last remnants of the older America in their modern world.
Some obscurer films are Elephant, Zero for Conduct, and Torment.
And while Amis's hooting ancestors were dropping garlanded virgins into forest lakes, the Caliphate's citizens busied themselves writing commentaries on the obscurer dialogues of Plato.
Some obscurer films are Zero for Conduct and Torment.