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  1. I am wondering about the feeling that a film gives to its audience when it is realized with a single focal length. First of all I am very interested in your experience if you have shot a (documentary) film with only one focal length! Which kind of story is likewise being told with the use of just one focal length? Which are the criteria to choose this component for your work? Does the film seem more realistic to you in the end (let's say, if you use a 28-45mm)? Does it help to keeping the overall atmosphere homogeneous when each single scene owns a different camera-language? Please let me know about films and other video material related to my thought! It would be great if my inquiry raises a discussion about why to sustain a film's story through that technically and esthetically "dogma". Thanks in advance for your information input!
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