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#1 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 09:16 PM

I'm a fan of Molly Parker and watched "Center of the World". It's well done and Peter
Sarsgard is quite good too. I have read that it was shot on some digital media but
haven't been able to find out what exactly. However, this film seems to revel in
ultra noisy/grainy images. Clearly seems to be an aesthetic decision because it's
so extreme but I don't understand why. I would have watched anyway but this look is
so heavy at times that it's distracting, albeit mildly because the performers are
so good.


Anybody have any opinions or info. on this? Thanks.
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