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'Gravity' Takes a Giant VFX Leap

October 7, 2013, 09:51 AM

Alfonso Cuaron smiled when I suggested that "Gravity" was pure cinema in the tradition of Hitchcock: the long, exploratory shots of Sandra Bullock floating in space with alternating points of view, tethered to a mise en scene of perpetual motion that's very musical: balancing primal terror with celestial beauty. The opening 13-minute shot alone will be studied for its visual and dramatic force.

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