If you've heard about the buzz surrounding the Oscars and a little war movie called 1917, you know that it's among the finest - and most unique - of its kind. The technical mastery on display here stems from the film's choice to seamlessly take place all within one single shot. Of course, a keen eye and understanding about clever editing tricks will see the transition points to the next shot, but it all surprisingly feels like one long, cohesive take. After watching 1917 for the second time, one thing became apparent about its stylistic choices to me - the unexpected parallels it draws to video game design.
Writer. Enthusiast of all things geek. Legend has it he completed Final Fantasy VII without a memory card.
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