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#1 Dallas Heinlein

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 02:14 PM

I was wondering why there are so many overexposed shots in the film. There were several interior scenes in which the actors stood near a window, but there was no ND film filters placed on the windows which resulted in a blown out shot. Does anyone know why this style was chosen to be filmed as such?
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#2 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 05:18 PM

I know exactly what you're talking about, but while watching it I couldn't make up my mind about whether it was an interesting artistic choice, or just a big distraction.

I thought it was generally a well shot, well lit film though. I think the various overexposed shots served as a way to kind of wake our eyes back up, if anything.
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