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Comment on Howards End is a blur by Peter Viney

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:29:49 +0000

Thanks, Phil. If that was a post-production treatment, then it's weird how people passing across a frame are blurred, but as you say, it could be similar to a 3D treatment. I still ask why - I don't think the camera should be telling us how to interpret the characters. That's the actors job.



Comment on Howards End – blurred TV by Peter Viney

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:26:17 +0000

Thanks Phil. I've added that at the bottom of the full article and replied there.



Comment on Howards End is a blur by Peter Viney

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:25:23 +0000

Phil commented on Howards End - blurred TV A rant added on the new BBC TV series Howards End. (LINK TO MY COMMENTS) The deliberately out of focus shots annoyed me so … I noticed the blurring inasmuch as I was wondering if it had been augmented in post - it could have been done using a variation of the tools that produce a 3d version of a film from the 2d original shoot. I didn't find it intrusive enough to stop watching though. I have a feeling that, as some of the predominant themes of Howards End are its character's inability to see either the big picture or beyond their inner lives, the shallow focus is probably deliberate.



Comment on Howards End – blurred TV by Phil

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 14:55:41 +0000

I noticed the blurring inasmuch as I was wondering if it had been augmented in post - it could have been done using a variation of the tools that produce a 3d version of a film from the 2d original shoot. I didn't find it intrusive enough to stop watching though. I have a feeling that, as some of the predominant themes of Howards End are its character's inability to see either the big picture or beyond their inner lives, the shallow focus is probably deliberate.



Comment on Howards End is a blur by Howards End – blurred TV | Peter Viney's Blog

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 13:57:28 +0000

[…] rant added on the new BBC TV series Howards End.  (LINK TO MY COMMENTS) The deliberately out of focus shots annoyed me so much I lost […]



Comment on The Merchant of Venice – Globe by Peter Viney

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 13:54:26 +0000

Thanks. You can find several more if you Google: The Globe Merchant of Venice 2015 Images. they're from the Globe's own website.



Comment on The Merchant of Venice – Globe by Loujean Grace

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 13:39:10 +0000

Hello Sir, I actually would like to know if you have any other photos of the key scenes of the drama. I find your blog and photos very helpful to my demonstration as a student teacher this coming Monday. I hope for your favorable response, thank you!



Comment on King Lear, Ian McKellen review by Phil

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 12:04:10 +0000

I'm sure I remember Phil Daniels playing The Fool in a Northcott Exeter production about 30 years ago, but that was full jester suit and bells. I can't find any record of it on the Internet though, which is making me worry that I may have dreamt the whole thing.



Comment on The Lie by The Lie – review | Peter Viney's Blog

Wed, 04 Oct 2017 19:46:42 +0000

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Comment on Suite Française by Jo

Mon, 21 Aug 2017 14:03:26 +0000

I think the movie is pleasant. Germans did go along well with the village women as it was in the film. Sadly, one cannot expect a happy ending for Bruno and Lucille since it is a time of war.