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Sujit R. Varma
"Artistic" cinematography ruins an interesting story
I was unable to watch this film to completion due to the poor cinematography. I understand that the bobbing and weaving camera technique is done for effect, but when the "effect" makes it unwatchable, the director has failed from my perspective.
As long as I have a free will, I can walk out of a poor film. There are too many good films to see for me to tolerate the nausea created by one man's "art form".
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