The best films from then and today do not only rely on good scripts and the arcs in storytelling. Visual storytelling is 50% of a film, too, and it's the scene that should say it all. Subjective perspective is one of the approaches to make compelling cinematography.
This is done by using technical camera know-how and psychology to create empathy on a scene without the need for words. Sometimes, composition already says it all. With scenes lifted from "Apocalypse Now", "Before Sunset", "Big Lebowski", "Blue Valentine", "Brazi"l, "Citizen Kane", "Ex Machina", "Fargo", "Her", "In the Mood for Love", "Out of Sight", "Requiem for a Dream", "The Master", and "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy", learn how to be an effective storyteller with just the use of a camera lens.
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