Birdman’s Secret Edits



‘Movie overanalysers’ The Film Theorists explore the deft editing of  camera tilts, whip pans, push-ins, blurred and dark screens (inspired by Hitchcock’s Rope [1948]) that made Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman seem like one long continous shot.

Which it wasn’t, obviously.


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6 thoughts on “Birdman’s Secret Edits

  1. munkifisht

    Right, for a start, no it’s not a continuous shot. It’s a long shot, but not continuous. The shot is broken near hte end. It’s impressive none the less, but if you want true genius, watch Russian Ark.

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