Thursday, November 13, 2008

Cinematography Goes Wild

"Into The Wild" was a very startling film.

The cinematography, combined with the energy of the main actor,
kept everybody in the cinema on the edge of their seats for most of
the viewing.

The story was so sad I actually spoke to the person sitting beside me,
just to break the spell that seemed to have fallen over the gathered
company, and to bring us back from the wilderness.

The scenes in the wheat fields, as giant harvesting machines bit across the landscape
were memorable.

The frantic journey down the Colorado River was truly terrifying...

Into the Wild

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