Baby Driver - A Lesson In Storytelling
by Jack's Movie Reviews
Jack devotes this video essay to Baby Driver, examining the chase scenes, screenplay and story structure of the film, to demonstrate how Edgar Wright constructed a story with minimal dialogue, told almost exclusively through visual means.
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