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Daniel Junge and Shameen Obaid-Chinoy's Academy Award-winning Saving Face and Harry Freeland's In the Shadow of the Sun are two other luminous and cinematically beautiful films that deserve to be seen.
The actor, who was in town earlier this year to film 'Happy New Year', said: "I think it's extremely friendly and beautiful cinematically to film here.
Star quality Sandra Bullock, top, and George Clooney | Gravity is consistently cinematically
At once grandiose and delicate, sweeping and intricate, intimate and cinematically huge, it drowns you with waves of guitar before a violin tickles you back round.
By evening however he had already become the example of a cinematically pleasing headline on a news dry Republic Day.
This show or stunt, or whatever it is called cinematically, is unacceptable and should be faced with toughness," said the MP.
IN A WEEK when Dredd has been cinematically exhumed and even Anna Karenina could be considered to be yet another remake, it makes a wonderful change to have an original story to digest.
30pm Dazzling dynamic jazz with an emotionally striking and cinematically panoramic feel.
The newest trailer opens cinematically with a soldier running head-on into combat.
While reel and real life have always had a complex relationship, depiction of senseless, disproportionate, uninspired violence peppered with machismo meant to cinematically titillate does run the risk of being consumed through different prisms.
indirect victims of the poachers' poisoned arrows, The author gives cinematically memorable examples of the suffering caused to elephants by the poison (no known antidote), and me emotional distress of the orphans and other members of the herd.
Cowley is the former child piano prodigy with a knack for composing melodies so emotionally striking and cinematically panoramic they can't fail but captivate even the most ardent jazz-fearer.
Cinematically, it's not good to have the whole screen awash with the stuff.
The story suffers minor flaws in its willingness to become cinematically predictable at times.
He explained how this is often overlooked in cinema, adding: "It seems like cinematically people try to avoid showing that almost, particularly when it comes to illness.