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Nathaniel's final review from Sundance

Late last year while interviewing Yves Belanger on his lensing ofWild(2014) and his ongoing working relationship with Jean Marc Vallee I noticed he had a non-Vallee project on his forthcoming filmography calledBrooklyn.He spoke highly of the experience,an about face fromWild's all natural light mandate.He said it was much more stylized lighting,an 'old fashioned romantic drama'.He hoped people still wanted to see that sort of thing.

If the reaction at Sundance is any indication (and a word of caution: Sundance fever is 50/50 for the real world at best) the people will welcome it with open arms...and tear ducts.


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