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Very much enjoyed this film .... perfect blend of a bent story with very dark humour which is a killer combination to me. However, couldn't find any discussion anywhere about it from a cinematography point of view.


I could tell there's a mix of film and digital and lots of visual FX to put Margot Robbie on skates.


Only real downside was too much shaky cam on some scenes?


Anyone seen any resources about it on the internet?

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Shot on 2 perf 35mm for the film bits.


Which is pretty much the entire film from every info I could find about the cinematography (and watching the film obviously), the interviews are digital.

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