Montag, 1. August 2011

ANTI-BOURNE

„[Steven Soderbergh] noted, that each scene has no music, little sound outside of grunting and the smashing of objects and all the fighting is there for audiences to witness. “It’s my bête noire – disorientation,” he said. “As an audience member you want to actually see what’s going on; [that editing style] it’s a bit of a cheat. So it tends to bother me as a viewer when I don’t know where you are in the scene because the editing and rhythm is far too clipped. I feel like sometimes [progenitors of this style] aren’t giving their audience enough credit.”


Steven Soderbergh im Gespräch über seinen Spionagethriller HAYWIRE.


(Eingestellt von Christoph)

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