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Glom
2005-Oct-20, 12:11 AM
I'm referring to Domino. It was shot from geostationary orbit with a 12km lens to produce some of the longest shots you'll ever see.

Gillianren
2005-Oct-20, 02:52 AM
I'm referring to Domino. It was shot from geostationary orbit with a 12km lens to produce some of the longest shots you'll ever see.

In its entirety?

Musashi
2005-Oct-20, 03:39 AM
No.

Gillianren
2005-Oct-20, 06:11 AM
But he said it was!

Glom
2005-Oct-20, 09:25 AM
Basically all of it was shot with this 12km lens.

Musashi
2005-Oct-20, 03:27 PM
I must be missing something. How do you shoot interiors with it? Not to mention exteriors shot horizontally with obstructions from the horizon? Is there somewhere that has more details about this shooting style?

edit:

And why do they list regular cameras? (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0421054/technical)

Gruesome
2005-Oct-20, 06:02 PM
They should have shot "Glitter" and "Gigli" in space. Then no one would be forced to watch them again.

Lianachan
2005-Oct-24, 10:40 AM
They should have shot "Glitter" and "Gigli" in space. Then no one would be forced to watch them again.

They should have screened The War Of The Worlds in space, so that nobody could watch it.

Musashi
2005-Oct-26, 10:38 PM
So, Glom, where did you hear this. Is there more information on it?

Glom
2005-Oct-26, 10:43 PM
Alright, alright, alright. It was a joke. I was making a facetious remark with regard to Tony Scott's directing style in this film.

Musashi
2005-Oct-26, 11:27 PM
I went and saw it this weekend. It was, mediocre at best. He probably would have been better off shooting from space (or shooting the film into space?).