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Last night I posted the Best Shot group roundup ofThe Talented Mr Ripley,but not my own choice.Why?Well every time I began I wanted to start over.If this blogpost were a passport I would have been defacing my own photo.I chose eight shots - at least -- but each one seemed to beg for a wholly different article to accompany it.Which is not to say that the film is any more gorgeously shot than others we've covered inthis series(thoughJohn Sealeeasily deserved the best Cinematography nominationhe was denied) but that it is several films at once.Which is why I've titled this post with its less condensed but truer title.Those sixteen extra shuffling adjectives in the brilliant title design say it all.

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Not actual light bulbs but figurative ones (we'll get to the actual ones in a minute) though actual lights figure into thisperfectshot of Marge,backing through a hallway in what would handily be my choice if I thought of this film as only a thriller.This moment is just terrifying,aided immeasurably by a virtuousic turn by Gwyneth Paltrow.[more...]


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