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sniggles

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  1. Wow again. Wow, wow, wow. what beautiful cinematography. I was enthralled, part of the working journey of these two men. It was fast moving and not being a student of cinema until now, I am guessing it is an attempt to throw us headlong into the story. I just love black and white photography and cinematography, Orson Welles comes chiefly to mind. And the shadows, always shadows and the slight creeping down of time. Very nice. I also loved the engineers' phlegmatic reactions to what might be a more hurried response.
  2. Hi. Shadows, shadows, shadow, even the bouncing ball has a shadow. It seems like there is another force or life there, a darker force, an evil spirit pervading these scenes.
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