3 Brilliant Moments of Blocking (in Kurosawa's High and Low)
CineFix analyzes 3 brilliant moments of blocking from the beginning of Akira Kurosawa’s High and Low (1963), demonstrating how blocking is just as important as camera movement in the storytelling of a film.
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