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6 Examples of Quality Cinematography

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As I said in my review of Love Letter, a common trait many of my favorite Japanese films have is beautiful cinematography, and Love Letter had plenty of that. With that in mind,… Continue reading

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Amelie (2001)

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I have to admire European, particularly French, movies in general. Their directors are generally less afraid of deviating from what are considered accepted filmmaking conventions. Of course, then you have the French classic… Continue reading

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