Insane, erratic, weird; a look into my of film and TV. Aspiring film critic, screen playwright, and/or novelist. Sorry for the mess- the downside to a multifandom blog.
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Another thing I love in the filming of all four movies so far: lighting. Each land, each part of Middle-Earth is lit a slightly different way. Each scene majestically captures that moment. Consistent with the emotions, Andrew Lesnie masterfully captures the calmness or the threatening and foreboding nature of whatever Jackson chose to shoot at the time. I especially love the light shining through the trees in the first shot in this set. It doesn’t look menacing or tragic, it actually looks peaceful, like Boromir has prepared himself for this and can be at ease for once in his life.
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