General, most films are NOT shot in , they use either 1. Either way you loose information that the director's, producers, writers and everyone else wanted to be there.
Films are an Art form, there aspect ratios's should be preserved in the one that the director origninally established for the film. Now I'm not saying that I HATE in all cases, its just thats it's to "Old Fashioned" and it does not hold that quality that pulls you into the movie like widescreen formats. If you asked me what my "Favorite" ratio is, I would say 2.
My only bad feeling about Anamorphic is that there is no TV's or Digital projectors designed to show it, so unless you have a very expensive projector with an anamorphic lense your not gonna get to take full advantage of the 2.
Of course taller ratios are also good in some cases, 1. But can you imagine a 1. It just would not seem the same. By human nature, we have better "Wide" vision than "Tall" vision, therefor the wider the ratio, the more our vision systems can take in the film.
I think David covered my feelings exactly on the subject, except I think as well as 2. Imagine a candlelight dinner at a restaurant, with a little practical lighting your leading lady's face, meanwhile in the background out of focus we see the dancing candle lights, bustling waiters etc.
I harken it to a feeling of inclusion into a much bigger world As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words and I'm getting close but I dont have an accurate picture to just link to ; In another point, what would films with amazing vistas be without scope or a very similar widescreen ratio? Full frame could ruin the ambience of the above shot if you were in as tight on your actor as I mentioned. It would cut most of the other dinners, the dancing candle lights, the bustling waiters That said, for purposes of tight framing, vertical composition, or where it is crucial to show a subject full frame, well there is no replacement for 1.
Personally, I think that 1. Hence why we end up with the perfect middle ground in 1. More horizontal, but not so limiting in your vertical.
I wish 1. Limited to widescreen as we are today, I sort of wish the two options were 1. Second option is to just get rid of 1. But like I said, 1. There are a lot of compositional advantages to 1. On the other hand, as soon as the waiter leaves, trying to frame multiple people sitting at a table often entails also getting either the chandelier or a lot of legs under the table as well in 1.
I find scope to be great for shooting dinner scenes myself I guess the Telecine operator just made it fit! It's ironic that most of the newer multiplexes seem to have only 2 to 4 screens that will actually open wider for scope flicks like they should , while most of the modern screens are now designed to vertically crop for scope, thus using less screen real estate than for those movies shot "flat".
I still prefer the scope aspect ratio, regardless of how it's achieved, but that's merely a personal preference. What I DO have a gripe with is that the HD cable channels are too often showing scope movies NOT in their original aspect ratio, but rather blowing them up to cover the 1. I can't believe the filmmakers stand for this, but the unfortunate reality is that they probably have no say in the matter.
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In his AllMusic retrospective review, Raggett praised the album, writing "few debut albums ever arrived so nearly perfectly formed". AllMusic's Raggett wrote: " In the Flat Field practically single-handedly invented what remains for many as the stereotype of goth music—wracked, at times spindly vocals about despair and desolation of many kinds, sung over mysterious and moody music".
Louder than War noted it as "a staple record for the true post-punk scene". Si formano nel a Northampton per mano dei fratelli Kevin e David Haskins quest'ultimo noto con lo pseudonimo di David J insieme al chitarrista Daniel Ash ed al cantante Peter Murphy, sorta di dracula del rock dalla voce aspra e profonda, vero catalizzatore d'attenzione del gruppo.
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