The Imposter (2012) - Looking into the Lens
by Tony Zhou
In this video essay, Tony Zhou discusses The Imposter (2012), highlighting Layton’s choice to have the bad guy look directly into the lens, and how this affected the framing and perspective of other subjects in the doc.
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