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How Sebastian Schipper created a one take thriller that surpassed Hitchcock

24 March 2016 7:25 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Since launching at last year’s Berlin film festival, the audacious one-take heist movie, Victoria, has everyone talking. How did its makers pull off something that a movie legend could not?

There’s a scene in Victoria in which the camera follows a girl from a dancefloor to the bar, to the street, to a corner shop, to a rooftop, to a car, to a bank robbery, to a shootout. You wait for the cut. But, throughout the German thriller’s two-hour running time, it never comes. In Victoria, a scene is the scene. All of it – the setup, the action, the climax – is one continuous take.

Shot by a solo cameraman across multiple locations on the streets of Berlin, Victoria is an amazing achievement. It’s being sold on a Usp that isn’t (Mike Figgis pulled off the first genuine one-take film with his sprawling split-screen experiment, Timecode, »

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