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This supercut of 2014's best shots of cinematography might just leave you with stars in your eyes. Check out what one editor thought was the best of the best after the jump.
How many films did you manage to see this year? Are you over 100? Did you somehow manage to sneak past 200? That’d be beyond impressive. Yet, even if you strapped yourself to a theater chair and propped your eyes open, Clockwork Orange-style, the odds remain that there are a handful of titles that flew under your radar.
In the film, Ivan is an ordinary man with a seemingly perfect life taking a 90-minute road trip from Birmingham to Croydon. But instead of just listening to the radio or catching up on some podcasts, Ivan spends most of his time on the phone coping with different crises that present themselves all at once.
A24 is a new distribution company, having only made its debut in last spring with the US release of Sally Potter's gorgeous coming-of-age drama Ginger & Rosa. But they have quickly established a reputation for selecting seriously superb indie cinema, and they've set new release dates.
Locke’s seat-of-your-pants-grabbing plot focuses on Ivan Locke (Hardy) and his “tension-fuelled ninety-minute race against time” in which a phone call, one that comes a day before he is to achieve the pinnacle moment of his career, will force him to make a decision that puts his perfect marriage and dream job into jeopardy