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Ridley Scott’s Multiple Cameras Gave Us Joaquin Phoenix Grunting Like a Pig in ‘Napoleon’

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Ever since he convinced cinematographer Sławomir Idziak to cover the elaborate action sequences in “Black Hawk Down” with 11 cameras, Ridley Scott has been evolving a multi-camera style that is as creatively dynamic as it is economically sensible, capturing a maximum number of angles in a minimal amount of time. The benefits of Scott‘s approach are obvious in a set piece like the Austerlitz sequence in “Napoleon,” where he maintains a clarity of…
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