Holding Long and Cutting Short: 2 Brilliant Moments in Editing

In this video essay, CineFix draws our attention to a pair of brilliant editing sequences: The first, from the Polish film Ida, in which shots linger for what seems like an eternity, the other from The Coen Brothers’ No Country For Old Men, where rapid editing is employed to remarkable effect.


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Best Picture 2000's

Case Studies: How Editing Shapes the Story

Contemporary & Revisionist Westerns


Joel & Ethan Coen

No Country for Old Men