This film is a different breed, a single night in Berlin, a single girl falling in love, and its told in a single shot. This isn’t a movie, this is cinematic truth. With minor detractions, Sebastian Schipper offers us an illusion of reality that defines genre. If High Noon, Before Sunrise, Birdman, and Unfriended had a baby it still wouldn’t be as beautiful as this glimpse at the future of digital filmmaking #IdBuyThatForADollar
The first episode in our new show that is dedicated to reviewing films either one or the both of us has never seen.
This week we are crossing off a quintessential classic from Steve’s list of shame, the real time Western that defies genre.