Using vintage optics has become somewhat of a standard these days. Loving every bit of it, too.
My man, Brad. LOVE hearing his thoughts on his own work and filmmaking in general.
A bit of a stretch; most of these shots are standard shots based on damn near every environment available. Easily repeatable by really anyone w/ a camera. "Mirroring" is a stretch maybe.
She almost literally has the same expression in every scene. But "exciting actor".
Yes and No, really
The ONLY advantage to shooting celluloid is the default color and default grain.
With digital today, you can give ANY look you want. A crip look, a film look, whatever you want. With film you have to undo the film qualities to manipulate the image further.
This isn't a slight AGAINST celluloid film. But it does come with more drawbacks than advantages compared to digital [of today].
Exactly, Anton. It's LITERALLY the same grade of film, only cut larger or smaller. That's it. Folks are really going out of their way to embellish the differences as if magic.
It's just a larger from from the same pie.