Well, if you know the rules, than you know how to break them.
Yes, I made the same comment... you're right. And me too :-)
I have to say, in my opinion, the only shot in the reel of Fandor Jacob T. Swinney, A Space Odyssey 2001, is not a Dutch Angle but a camera trick to show artificial gravity.
Sorry folks, everybody can learn how to copy somebody. See the MJ performers. But this one is over the top. I'ts not relaxed, like Freddy... no Oscar. And the band is too much acting. Sorry.
Well, the shot "over the mountain" is not emotional at all. I would take take the shot from the opposite. Mountain climber with sunglasses who looked straight in the camera. From cu to Extr cu. His face would tell the story, his sunglasses would reflect the helicopter while the sound of the helicopter fade in.
Well, okay. It's a fairly standard way of shooting. Very stationary. The shots did'nt add additional information or drama. In fact, the scene at 1:50 and beyond was pretty disturbing. At first glance it made the viewer confused about composition. Who is where? The feeling you have when you cross the axist. (sorry for my foreign English)