Breathtaking cinematography for 2011: The Tree of Life

28 Jan

The Tree of Life see’s Pitt, Penn and new face Jessica Chastain – Chastain’s attendance of Juliard (NYC) and extensive Shakespearian theatre work become so apparent in this film.  The only available plot summary states the film is; a period piece set in 1950’s America, the eldest son witnesses a loss of innocence.

The real hero here is Emmanuel Lubezki – director of photography, his previous work includes ‘Children of Men‘, ‘Sleepy Hollow‘, ‘Burn after reading‘ and ‘Meet Joe Black.’ Mexican born Lubezki, is ranked one of Hollywoods top 50 smartest people.
I had to watch the trailer at least twice just to take in the breathtaking cinematography at play here. Terrance Malik the director has kept the story and proceedings pretty hush-hush, and you’d be hard pushed to find any spoilers or in-depth summaries.

Heath ledger was aledgedly footed to play Mr O’Brien (Pitt’s role) Hollywood actor Colin Farrell was spoken to about the role back in ’05  also.

The  much anticipated trailer for this film (it’s got Oscar written all over it):

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