In the following montage, I’ve compiled the triangular imagery from 'The Neon Demon' to reveal both its prevalence and its role in framing the evolution/devolution of Jesse and those who would build themselves on her broken back.
What recurring images in Sofia Coppola's film teach us about character that dialogue cannot.
In the following video I’ve gathered the most breathtaking and significant silhouettes from Deakins’ filmography and stitched them together to demonstrate the wide variety of impacts for which they’re employed.
Comparing the aesthetics of the two films I consider the best examples of Neo-Noir, Roman Polanski’s 'Chinatown' and Rian Johnson’s 'Brick,' and how they reflect and respect the genre to which they are paying homage.
In the following supercut, I’ve collected the unspoken language of shame Fassbender conveys to show how the film’s real narrative happens there, in his mounting disgust.
A supercut that stares you down.
The connection between the film’s various father figures and their influence and impact on a young man’s coming-of-age.
A supercut of all the eye-based visuals of Kubrick's masterpiece.
Margaret Sixel's Oscar-winning editing in 'Fury Road' is best-summed up by the chaotic skirmish between Max and Furiosa when first the meet, a scene that takes just 151 second but contains 115 individual shots
Denis Villeneuve’s 2013 film 'Prisoners,' written by Aaron Guzikowski, is a taut, labyrinthine thriller that doesn’t really resolve itself until the last 30 seconds.
A compilation of cinematic lovers on the run.