Jonas Cuaron’s debut Writer/Director offering to the big screen is both sweetand unique. After taking photographs of every aspect of life for a year Cuaron edited them all together and provided a narrative voiced over the pictures. After getting used to this style it really works and thinking back to it it feels like a standard 24 frames a second. Some research has been done as to whether our memory works in moving images or in stills and I believe this film is addressing that concept.
Another subject that is tackled within the feature, in a Linklater-esque encounter in a coffee shop is the relevance of photography to art and vise versa. Read the rest of this entry »