Shallow Grave Analysis: Morality vs. Feasibility
by Film Formula
In this video essay, Film Formula takes a detailed look at Danny Boyle’s 1994 dark comedy, Shallow Grave, demonstrating how he uses recurring visual motifs and camera angles to convey interpersonal power between characters and the film’s underlying moral themes.
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