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How the Unique Scene Framing Used in Mr. Robot Allows Viewers to Draw Their Own Conclusions

In another one of his very thoughtful video essays, filmmaker Karsten Runquist took a look at the non-standard scene framing employed in the first season of the sublime series Mr. Robot, noting how these unique perspectives give the viewers room to draw their own conclusions without being led by the cinematography. Now the thing about...
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