The Cinematography of “Road to Perdition” (2002)
Cinematographer: Conrad Hall
Won the 2003 Academy Award for Best Cinematography
I love the shot of the man standing in the rain at night, beautiful
The shot at the end where Tom Hanks is standing at the window before he gets shot, revealing maguire behind him as he falls, is probably one of the most ingeniously and beautifully composed shots i’ve ever seen.
can any one say why is that boy going in the opposite direction to the people in the frame
The rain sequence at night is the most gorgeously photographed part of the film. I’m curious, do you usually put the best image from the film on top of the page or do you randomly choose one?
For the image at the top I try to pick my favorite frame of the frame I think exemplifies the best cinematography in the film.
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