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#1 Alex Haspel

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Posted 25 December 2005 - 07:28 AM

i just realized that i havent been to the cinema in months. ...
i need a big screen flash real bad, after seeing hundrets of movies on a computer monitor ! (what was i thinking??)

right now i'm pending between those:
.)workingman's death (an allegdly really good documentary, even shot on s16 i think)
.)a history of violence (don't really know anything about it, only heard that it's based on a comic.. usually not so much my cup of tea, but does it at least look nice?)
.)paradise now (about wo childhood friends being recruited for a suicide bombing in tel aviv, sounds rather interesting)
.)everything is illuminated (only seen the trailer, seems like a kinda nice movie)
.)cache (allegdly good, but my least favourite. i want to see film, not hd now....)

so, my dear colleagues...
have you seen any of those? which ones did you like, not only cinematography -wise ..?

it's 1:27PM now, i need to decide at around 8pm

thanks in advance,
this forum is great, i trust you in not dissapointing me!
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#2 Alex Haspel

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Posted 25 December 2005 - 07:59 AM

just found out that "everything is illuminated was shot by mathew libatique ... that's definately a point for that movie.
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