She throws punches at night…
I don’t care about my stupid hair, Sir.
Come on Depresso, let’s dance!
The best songs can survive anything…
(Sometimes I’m thinking that I love youBut I know it’s only lustYour kiss so sweetYour sweat so sour)
♪ I can’t give you anything but love, baby.That’s the only thing I’ve plenty of, baby.Dream a while. Scheme a while.We’re sure to find,Happiness, and I guessall those things you’ve always pined for. ♪
really, this whole sequence actually.
because it ended!
How about IDENTIFYING these extraordinary frames?
The last one is from Chinatown isn’t it? Can’t help you on the rest.
The one above the one above Chinatown is Rachel Getting Married I believe.
The best matte-painting work ever…
Indeed, Richard, indeed.
The Cranes Are FlyingThis is the shot that made me want to see this film. Such beauty.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Encapsulates the whole film.
Equally as good.
I like this thread (and it’s parent), but since I haven’t seen every movie under the sun, could people be so kind as to indicate what movie the frame is from?
I’ll just post the last 3 I did on the other thread because it doesn’t get bumped.
Such a well shot film.
If anyone here can summon up a screen grab of either of these I will love you forever:
1) The stunning image in Fatty Arbuckle’s THE COOK when he’s at the beach with his fishing rod and the dog’s behind him on top of that big post.
2.) The shot of the man and woman sitting on the stairs, composed so elegantly it hurts, at the very end of Cassavettes’ FACES.
A recent fave, Chungking Express.
I love these threads as well. I’d like to propose something slightly different. I’d love to still keep the same thing going and see frames from popular movies…
But I’m also interested in seeing frames from the personal movies of some of the many filmmaker-members of the website/forums…your favorite frames of the films that you’ve done, whether professionally, in school, or just for fun…frames you feel really proud! I think that would be really interesting to see…
I’ve got some of my own but I’ve gotta gather them
*But I would still love to keep the original thread going…
Richard, With fear of appearing stuck up, I will bite. This short I made is less than mediocre, but I guess there are two frames I am somewhat proud of….
Hot Stuff Drew! Especially the first shot, great use of the architecture and perfect time of day.
Yea I was worried it might seem a little stuck-up to do something like this but i was just interested in maybe changing up the thread a little to keep it fresh and to see what other people like about they’re own work.
I’ll join you with 3 shots from some movies I’ve shot:
A True Story:
And to keep the original thread going…a shot that I posted at the end of the first thread from Kurosawa’s RED BEARD:
The ones I posted in the second comment are, in order:
Boogie Nights, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson.Play Time, dir. Jacques Tati.The Pornographers, dir. Shohei Imamura.Tetsuo The Iron Man, dir. Shinya Tsukamoto.Chungking Express, dir. Wong Kar-WaiRachel Getting Married, dir. Jonathan Demme.Heathers, dir. Michael Lehmann.Chinatown, dir. Roman Polanski.
Jarhead (Sam Mendes):
You’re not following the rules, CAZ!
I’m a rebel, Glemaud. I follow my own rules. ;P
Godard (Hail Mary)
Haneke (Seventh Continent)
Tsai (The Hole)
I meant to thank you for Seventh Continent, Grey Daisies. What an astounding film.
Drew, that is so stuck up (he’s rich, too).
Here are a couple from Ucho:
Bande à Part
Road to Perdition
Lavoura Arcaica/To the Left of the Father (2001) by Luiz Fernando Carvalho.