There Will Be Blood Analysis
by Adam Holliday
In this video essay, Adam Holliday analyzes There Will Be Blood, taking a closer look at how Paul Thomas Anderson used religious motifs, a dissonant score, and striking cinematography to craft a film that is epic both in its scope and in its depiction of the darkness that humanity is capable of.
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