Great Job, Internet!: Martin Scorsese sure loves those overhead camera angles of his

Religion is a major element of Martin Scorsese’s life and his work. His characters frequently grapple with spiritual issues—that is, when more pressing earthly concerns aren’t getting in their way. One hallmark of Scorsese’s career, going all the way back to his debut feature Who’s That Knocking On My Door? from 1967, is the use of what’s been deemed the “God’s eye view” shot, in which the director places the camera high above the actors’ heads. Jorge Luengo Ruiz captures...


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