The photography and editing at play in Bennett Miller’s films are uniquely his. I only wish he made films more often.
Shot on Cooke S4 glass, which looks stunning when paired with the 35mm negative format.
It’s bittersweet watching Anton Yelchin’s final performance so long after his passing, but he has left us another piece of his art behind, and I don’t take that for granted. The bold camera work combined with the Panavision G-series and Primo Anamorphic glass radiates. Interesting music as well. Time flew by watching this.