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Sex and Lucia

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by camlogan, Jan 15, 2003.

  1. camlogan

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    hey there all, has anyone seen the dvd of sex and lucia...apart from the great sex (and um story) the use of the digital camera is very cool.

    I like the use of light where half the scene seems over exposed and the other half looks normal.

    I was watching minority report last night and it seemed quite similar in some of the visual style - does anyone know whether they used the same digital cameras to get this effect?

    thanks

    CaM
     
  2. Lux

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    certainly not as spielberg doesn't use Digital. they must have and have used massive filters.
    As for Sex and Lucia great film sooooo not conventional hollywood (how could it coming from mexico)
     
  3. camlogan

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    hi there, thanks for the info.

    btw; I thought it was a spanish flick as its set in madrid and a greek island??

    thanks

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  4. Grubert

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    Lucía y el sexo was shot digital with Cinealta 24P cameras (same George Lucas used). Minority Report was shot on conventional stock.

    The island remains nameless throughout the movie. But it's Formentera, one of the Balearic Islands.
     
  5. Lux

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    i stand corrected: it is a spanish film.
    sorry
     
  6. camlogan

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    well it looked like a greek island anyway :)

    The point is I guess is that I hope more film makers use the Cinealta 24P as it makes for interesting use of colors not to mention the excellant transfer when it arrives on dvd.

    thanks for the info.

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    I don't know. These threads seem to drift down tone so quick nowadays:rolleyes: :D
     

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