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  • 1917



    HO-LY SH*T!!
    I had high expectations coming into this, but this even exceeded my expectations.... 

    As a big fan of “one shot films” (even ‘faked’ ones like Birdman and the OG of them all Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope), I was intrigued by this 

    But I just kept shaking my head thinking “how the hell did they do this??????”

    Roger Deakins cements his place along side Emmanuel Lubezki as the two greatest cinematographers in the history of film...
    Just simply incredible!!


  • I'm Still Here

    I'm Still Here


    After having just rewatched The Master and Joker, it was absolutely time to revisit this incredible documentary/mockumetary (??)
    What a piece of work this is....

    Almost a modern day Andy Kaufman meets Spinal Tap meets Borat, it’s Hard to know where reality and fiction begin and end...but that’s the beauty of it.

    Knowing that he went on to make Joker and The Master and Inherent Vice and Her, etc etc etc...this is now a nice mid-career experiment that is fascinating to watch (and relieving to know he survived!) 

    Bravo Leaf/Joaquin/JP!  🙏

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