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This movie just doesn't say the storyline well. I don't understand what it is about, and the fact that all the characters talk in a cryptic manner complicates the matter further. The movie had nice production, but is boring and frustrating because I don't know what it is about.
As Steven Soderbergh made his method back to detail movie directing, bringing us the rough round the edges psychological horror Unsane - shot on iPhone 7+ smartphones. By contrast High Flying Bird was not shot on iPhone 7+ phones... now iPhone 8+...Soderbergh spoke about a fresh age of B-Movies. Not in the sense of second rate - but going back to the golden age of cinema, when b-movies were cinema fillers for large audiences.They were shot on weak budgets. Often with limited lighting and not too many stars or spectacular sequences, with crowds of extras.Instead, the director had to work around his limited means creatively, often filling a lot of the movie with dialogue - as it's much cheaper to shoot: if you can't movie all those scenes, you can everytime have one hero say other hero what happened.Be in no doubt, although a lot of those old B-movies were fillers, some were remarkable pieces of cinema. All the better for being forced into constructive test of limited resources.Indeed, this was how movie noir was born. And that is very much what High Flying Bird reminded me of. Those old b-movie sports pictures which couldn't afford the large action scenes so left the sport part in the background while the action focused on the backroom talk.I loved the cinematography. And it was absolutely refreshing to see old school camera angles instead of the tedium we receive actually - when each child with a several hundred dollars to spend sports a DSLR and Bokeh inducing lenses.Boken is no excuse for cinematography. And this is why the test of tablets is a breath of new air. Without those boring ricks to fall back on (do we really need to see other extreme shallow depth of field close up?), each shot in this film was thought about. Each shot had a purpose. And how nice to have the wide depth of field of tablets bring the surrounded architecture into play. Not a shot or a building was wasted.And that's what this is all about. Instead of cinema fillers we have Netflix fillers. Who knows, just like the last time some of them may just turn out to be tiny gems. Soderbergh knows he'll never victory any Oscars for these fresh b-movies. As did those film directors of old. But he knows he'll have the freedom to create the movies he wants to create and have fun doing it.
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