Martin Scorsese // God’s Point of View
by Jorge Luengo Ruiz
Jorge Luengo Ruiz presents a range of shots from Martin Scorsese’s body of work that demonstrate the director’s penchant for using “God’s Point of View,” positioning the camera at an extremely high angle, to create the perspective of an omniscient viewer looking down over his characters.
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