VESTIGIUM CINEMATOGRAPHY

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With a soft, warm main light and a slighter one on the back, giving him a certain 'two-faced' quality. But the real point here is the dark side facing us. This trick is fucking gold.

With a soft, warm main light and a slighter one on the back, giving him a certain 'two-faced' quality. But the real point here is the dark side facing us. This trick is fucking gold.

Higher than she is, but she's placed in the frame like everyone else - she's not weak as per say, but he sort of looks down on her.

Sarah Gadon (Cosmopolis) is joining the 'Amazing Spider-Man' franchise cast, but will not replace Shailene Woodley as the new Mary Jane.

Cinematography, Cinema

Red light playing on his face.

Red light playing on his face.

Joy is seriously fucked up. The camera should not be nearly as high, but if we think that she looks down, I like the way the eyes play.  Also the color is too much, I know. But the focus is beautiful.

Joy is seriously fucked up. The camera should not be nearly as high, but if we think that she looks down, I like the way the eyes play.

Again, vague color, but still present. For the car scene - and the less tense lines.

Again, vague color, but still present. For the car scene - and the less tense lines.

With Newt in the side of the frame like Sydney. Slowly panning through the dolly to reveal the entire house.

The 2008 winner in the housing category was Mountain Dwellings, in Denmark, by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group).

Wide with very little barrel distortion.

Wide with very little barrel distortion.

The way the yellow subtly understates his off personality in the beginning of the film.

A good surprise : Robert Pattinson in Cronenberg's Cosmopolis

Yellow outlines everything - we might have his face in a rational, natural-ish color, but yellow creates the image.

Cosmopolis (David Cronenberg) with Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche.

The chaotic way the background is lit. This is very apocalyptic, I adore it. The destruction behind him plays with the vague rationality in his face (the white light) and the yellow on the other side. His gun is on the rational side, but he's facing the other.

Robert Pattinson as Eric Packer in David Cronenberg's film adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel "Cosmopolis". In a role originally intended for Colin Farrell, this is probably RPattz's best chance yet to break the curse of Twilight.

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