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Ellen Ten Damme
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Florian David Fitz
Florian David Fitz,
Visually interesting presentation of a well-done story.
The filming is remarkably well-done. The actors are good and the story is interesting, but the camera work deserves special mention. Normally, I would say it is bad when one notices the camera work, because it must be distracting. And on the surface there are some very distracting techniques: flashes, out-of-focus areas, jitters. But I don't think that the cinematography is detrimental here. Instead it adds visual interest without interfering with the storytelling. Indeed, it even contributes to the story.
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