Sometimes it feels like every movie that comes out is the same and that’s why it’s so great when a film can shake things up and look at cinema in new and unexpected ways, breaking filmmaking rules to give us something...
The most important rule of all is called the "180 degree rule" and it's a shooting guideline for establishing a dependable screen geography. Although this kind of screen continuity pervades almost every film you could have seen in theaters for the past CENTURY, Yasujiro Ozu tossed it out the window
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