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Visual Treats
List creator: sanzorama
Created on: February 10, 2005 - 4:06 PM PST
Description: Kudos to the Cinematographers. Without realizing it, I chose 4 Mark Lee films.

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Dead Man (1995)
  Kudos to Robby Müller whose worked I've admired since seeing The American Friend way back in the day. I first saw this film with a friend who afterwards complained, "It was boring. Nothing happened." I somehow resisted the urge to slap some sense into him.
The Man Who Wasn't There (2001)
  The Coen Brothers are 2 of my favorite film makers, but kudos goes to cinematographer Roger Deakins. Check out the interview with Deakins in the Special Features section.
Flowers of Shanghai (1998)
Not Rated
  Kudos to Mark Lee. The subtle sepia-toned beauty of this film rivals the beauty of its gorgeous women.
Wings of Desire (Criterion) (1987)
  One of my all time favorite films. It works on every level. Kudos to Henri Alékan.
The Vertical Ray of the Sun (2000)
  Another stunning treat featuring Mark Lee's cinematography.
Nosferatu (1922)
Not Rated
  Cinematography by Fritz Arno Wagner and Gunther Krampf. I couldn't decide between F.W. Murnau's version...
Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (1979)
  or Herzog's remake. Both are captivatingly creepy. Cinematography by Jörg Schmidt-Reitwein.
In the Mood for Love (Criterion Collection) (2000)
  Another greenciner said, "Christopher Doyle and Pin Bing [Mark] Lee's striking cinematography perfectly captures Hong Kong in the 60s." I wholeheartedly concur.
Baraka (Special Edition) (1993)
  Ron Fricke is a genius.
Springtime in a Small Town (2002)
  Mark Lee strikes again.
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
  I know that this film has been hyped to death, but IMHO it actually deserves the praise. Cinematographer: Rodrigo Prieto.
2046 (2004)
  Kudos to cinematographers: Christopher Doyle, Lai Yiu-Fai, Kwan Pun-leung. The framing on this film is exquisite. Definite homage to 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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