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#1 Jeremy Rumas

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Posted 09 June 2006 - 08:17 AM

I just wanted to put in a few good words about this film. I saw this in Chicago last month, projected on a rather small screen unfortunately. But still, the visuals were very powerful. I felt the shot compositions were very strong throughout. The film feels almost like a documentary, but one which had a superb crew of cinematographers to beautifully capture the story. There are few camera moves. But when they are used, they are used very effectively. It was shot in the mountains of Tibet, an amazing place visually.

I doubt its still in theaters in the US. But I highly recommend seeing this film. Its the best film I have seen in a long time. And I thought the cinematography was among the best I have seen.

-Jeremy
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