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02/02/2016 09:27:52 AM · #1
As a photographer in Colorado, I was humbled by the beauty and excellence of the movie, The Revenant. It was very much like they filmed the movie in my "backyard". It was a harsh existence in the "West" in 1823. The light and weather extremes were quite familiar. Not for the faint of heart, it is a masterpiece of natural light photography. //www.adorama.com/alc/8651/article/revenant-shooting-under-extreme-conditions
02/02/2016 09:51:21 AM · #2
Although I've wanted to see this movie, I'm a bit squeamish and have avoided it because of the brutality. However, after reading your post, I may reconsider and endeavor to view it through the veil of photographic feat.

Thanks for the post.
02/02/2016 02:16:03 PM · #3
the photography is probably the best thing about it. and some of the acting.

I found it a long and bleak movie that eventually fell victim to its own plot.
02/04/2016 09:57:58 PM · #4
A movie for western fans - dark, dim, features low winter sun, filmed in wide angle and available light through out.
I liked this film, there is nothing else like it.
02/05/2016 12:28:40 AM · #5
I just finished reading the book... haven't seen the movie yet. Hope I get the chance before it departs theaters.
02/05/2016 01:53:38 AM · #6
Originally posted by kirbic:

I just finished reading the book...

And a heck of a book it is, too!
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