Three things leap to mind watching this experimental film: first, it's interesting how some shots are so iconic that they're recognizable even when shown for a fraction of a second. Second, how long did this take to create?
And third, has anyone made it to the end without looking away? This is some serious vertigo-inducing imagery.
Bonus video: Movie posters matched to the shots that inspired them:
• 1.000.000 Frames (Vimeo / Really Dim)
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