“Cinema is a matter of what’s in the frame and what’s out.” ~ Martin Scorsese

Via elephant journal
on Jul 19, 2012
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Some movies we watch to be entertained.

They tell us a story.

And other movies we look at. We let ourselves fall in and drown in their beauty.

The 135 most beautiful shots in cinematic history courtesy of Flavorpill:

135 Shots That Will Restore Your Faith in Cinema from Flavorwire on Vimeo.

As gorgeous as that is, I can think of a bunch of my favorites that didn’t make the cut.

How about yours?


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3 Responses to ““Cinema is a matter of what’s in the frame and what’s out.” ~ Martin Scorsese”

  1. elephantjournal says:

    Loved that. Flavorpill's vids have been on it lately—

  2. Agreed. I sat through the whole thing twice—beautiful.

  3. […] He concluded that beauty is mostly a visual thing and walked slowly back into the house. The armchair called affectionately, but he knew he had more work to do before resting. […]