The Tree of Life is a film whose scope and ambition rival that of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

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“In all the movies I’ve done, I always worked with a set of rules — they help me to find the tone and the style of the film,” he says. “Art is made of constraints. When you don’t have any, you go crazy, because everything is possible.” He says his previous movies were dictated by rules such as using only one lens, or shooting the entire film at T2.8.

via American Cinematographer.

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  1. The read was worth the time, especially if you are looking to incorporate motion as part of your repertoire. Having insight into how the story was achieved by limiting technique, illustrates the unlimited options of how creative you can be. also the that rules are needed to maintain the story continuity in a variety of aspects.