A description of a girl carrying tight and/or revealing clothing, with (un)appropriate hair, make-up, sneakers and jewellry, making her appear as if a prostitute looking for shoppers. Ellie pointed and stated, Are you able to see the Golden Madonna?” I followed her fingertip and, on the top of the tallest spire in the midst of the cathedral’s roof, I spotted a tiny golden statue (effectively, she appeared tiny from this far under) serenely glinting in the early morning solar.
Director-author Brian de Palma does an excellent Hitchcock-imitation (many known as it a “ripoff”) with this movie and the 2.35:1 widescreen DVD is a must to fully recognize the digicam-work (and a number of other scenes with people hiding on all sides which are lost on formatted-for-TELEVISION tapes).
The studio appeared much like each studio I might labored in up to now: clean and ethereal, with white-painted walls, excessive ceilings, polished cement floors and ample area for a big set, hair and make-up area, in addition to a separate dressing room.
An important suspense film with terrific sluggish digital camera-work adding to the dramatics makes this a treat to look at and enjoy. When you have something magical, put on it. …