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^ Haven't really done any research on that, but is it actually done in one shot, or is it done in the 'seemingly one shot' Iñárritu way?




Was expecting this to be bad; it was worse. A full ½ hour passes before anything remotely dramatic happens. Instead, the movie focuses on looking like a glamour comercial for (tacky) sunglasses, and tries to be funny but isn't. Only thing worth looking at here is Margot Robbie. 1/5
Edited by Kaplan - 1/16/16 at 2:35pm
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It is done in one shot. As fare as I know. 

But what I know for sure is that the movie industry know how to lie so that we believe in them. 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_(2015_film)

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They did three shooting sessions. The final one made it.
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I see. Thanks.
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But no editing?

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But no editing?
From what I've heard, nope. Also, apparently the first take was "too perfect" and not really film-like, so the subsequent ones were meant to be more experimental with more improvising etc.
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Victoria - Sebastian Schipper (2015)

Made by the same person that made The English patient and Run, Lola Run.


Schipper was only an actor in Run Lola Run and The English Patient. Tom Tykver directed RLR, and Anthony Minghella directed TEP.
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Schipper was only an actor in Run Lola Run and The English Patient. Tom Tykver directed RLR, and Anthony Minghella directed TEP.

 

Thank you. My research was too hasty here. 

I don't find much of The English patient in this movie, but more than some of the ambience from Run Lola, Run is in here. And that is a movie that I liked a lot.

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hitchcock used a single take with rope, although it was really like 3 or 4 reeeeeally long takes (since the reels run out). not his best, not his worst...

 

also, the music videos for Foo Fighters "Hero" (Spike Jonze) and Weird Al's "Tacky" iirc are one long shot

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hitchcock used a single take with rope, although it was really like 3 or 4 reeeeeally long takes (since the reels run out). not his best, not his worst...

also, the music videos for Foo Fighters "Hero" (Spike Jonze) and Weird Al's "Tacky" iirc are one long shot

Yeah, but I do like Rope. They changed the reels … I particularly remember the scene when he passes in front of the camera and it is dark for just a split second.
Edited by Kid Nickels - 1/16/16 at 10:48pm
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The technique of Rope is mildly interesting, but you quickly forgot about it as the plot and acting are so strong.  

 

Watching what may be a perfect movie. 

 

 

lefty

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moonstruck is great. vintage nic cage is amazing and surprisingly great chemistry with Cher.

 

i got an enormous kick out of Vampire's Kiss his acting is practically performance art.

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It's not just the leads or the supporting characters that are great, it's that every character and scene perfectly serves the world that the movie is creating.

 

It is a pleasure to watch this movie.

 

lefty 

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Christian Bale is no longer Enzo Ferrari.

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The counterfeiters - Stefan Ruzowitzky (2007)

 

 

 

I liked the roughness in the filming and the moral dilemmas this movie raises; to adapt or to fight when the outcome is highly doubtful. 

Acting is just so and so, but the script is less stereotypical as war stories often tend to be. 

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