Re: JJ Abrams apologizes for lens flare
There is excessive use of lens flares in Nolan films?
No, I should have been more specific. Ebert was critical of Nolan's camera making quick cuts during action sequences, where you can't really tell what is happening in a scene, and where things or people in a scene are in relationship to each other. Such as chase scenes down a highway, where instead of the vehicles speeding along from left to right, often crosscutting to right to left direction without anyone making a turn.
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