It is difficult to transmit your feelings into pure energy. You have to translate the energy. When I realised that, I began to really understand what cinematography was about. Light is energy. The energy is stopped by an object or a person and received on film through a little piece of glass and then processed in the laboratory and printed. It’s like the paper and pen for a writer, or a canvas for a painter.
– Vittorio Storaro, Post-Script (Fall 1984)
That time of year again.
The more I am exposed to the mediocrity of today’s films, the greater the hunger within me to revisit earlier times when cinema was cinema.
This is a brief glimpse of the film, showcasing the wonderful cinematography of Storaro.