Tag Archives: Luis Gnecco

A Fantastic Woman (Lelio, 2017), The Rider (Zhao, 2017), and many more

A Fantastic Woman and The Rider are two of the best of 2018. One thing that really struck me right away with Sebastián Lelio’s film is how wide the lenses are. You can see the frame bowing in so many shots, particularly … Continue reading

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Neruda (Larraín, 2016)

Easily one of my favorites of 2017, Neruda gets Pablo Larraín back on track after what I think is the only slight misstep in his filmography (Jackie). Neruda is playful and beautiful. Like The Club, Larraín favors hazy frames, often seemingly underneath a layer of … Continue reading

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