Watched three episodes of this on Nat Geo last night. Interesting story based on a novel by Annie Proulx, so it has a good pedigree. Some great characters, especially David Thewlis playing a nutty French aristocrat in the wilds of New France, Canada.
One viewer complained of everything being so dark that he couldn't see the action, even considering that it was set in the middle of nowhere and candles or torches were the only available light.
Amen, brother. SO many movie scenes are shot in near total darkness, even in expensive blockbusters. It's a lazy director's trick; scenes are much easier to set up, shoot, and edit.
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Topic - Barkskins - BillH 11:32:47 06/02/20 (4)
- RE: Not Too Dark For Me - thegage 09:45:58 06/06/20 (0)
- Or... using natural lighting makes the scene so much more authentic? nt - tinear 14:45:49 06/02/20 (2)
- Not everyone is Kubrick... - musetap 22:56:33 06/02/20 (1)
- You can't see everything in the scene because that's what the - tinear 06:16:40 06/03/20 (0)