CinePhiler

An in depth look at my obsession with film and TV. If you like my original reviews, feedback is appreciated.
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Elegant and harsh. Transparent and opaque. Hot and cool. Filled with insights into politics and life, Haskell Wexler made a film not only about dangers of cameramen but about the dangers of everyday life. Contradictions in color and themes and development fill this film, speaking to the ever contradicting game of life. The best thing about this film is not the lighting or the relevant and flexible screenplay, but the use of color. Seriously, watch it on bluray and tell me you did’t notice one important use of color (for instance, the variations of blue).

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