Film Doll

Hi guys, so I know I said I would post a outfit post every Wednesday at 5:00 but well, I didn't. I could've saved that Sunday post but I didn't. So instead you're going to get this late night analysis of my favorite films. I'll start with my first favorite, Amélie directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and the Director of Photography being Bruno Delbonnel. A quick synopsis, Amélie is an odd child whose mother died when she was young, her father was extremely depressed growing up and because of that she was neglected. She's always done odd good deeds among her peers but the real fun starts when a man drops his scrap book full of Photo Booth pictures. She sends him on a mission to get them back from her. It's a quirky little film but what really sets it over the bar is Delbonnel. The cinematography is impeccable, it's innovative. These are some of my favorite shots:
 My next favorite is Moonrise Kingdom, directed by none other than Wes Anderson and cinematography done by Robert Yeoman. The story is a love story of two runnaway teens. One a neglected boy who never had parents to love him and one a teen girl who has a unspoken mental illness. It's a quirky comedy that's just weird enough. Also all the shots are so pretty, Wes Anderson is known for his colorful films and Moonrise Kingdom displays nothing less. Some favorite shots of mine:
Lastly but certainly not least, Pulp Fiction directed by Quentin Tarantino and the director of photography being Andrzej Sekuła. Honestly I've only watched it once so I need to give it another watch so I can give a solid analysis. But I'll describe what I took from it. So there are three or four, in a way, intertwining stories. It follows two hitmen, a boxer, a cocaine addict and bank robber. All the stories go back to a man named Marsellus Wallace. The hitmen work for him, the boxer is running away from him, and the cocaine addict is his wife. The main theme is progressing and change, all the characters progress and change in someway. Whether it's by dying, or by truce they all move forward and move on. The shots are great and I could only dream of making a movie as beautiful as this one. My favorite shots:
Overall, as you've probably gathered, I love films that are a little weird with great cinematography. If you know any others comment them because I'm always looking for new ones. Maybe next year I'll do an updated version of this post. Oh and all these movies are on netflix, you're welcome.

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