I’m gamia for the mania
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Paul Schrader wrote a book on the transcendental art of cinema, which showcased a way of filming something, still and repetitive, showcasing the reality of life. You can see that technique being used in his film “First Reformed”, in which the camera doesn’t move for nearly the entire movie. Schrader writes about when the filmmaker breaks this transcendental nature by having the camera move or do something different, it has a greater effect on the audience because the nature of…