Cool Supercut: Matrix ? The Art Of Framing

Posted on Oct 13, 2015

the matrix

When the Wachowskis made The Matrix, they wanted to give the spectator this feeling of looking at comics. They used lots of slow motions, and very steady shots, using symmetry and parallelism, giving therefore this ?instant picture? impression. This supercut regroups all those shots from the first movie.

A great video from Lux.

Matrix ? The Art Of Framing from Lux on Vimeo.

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