We paddle through Eugene & Dan Levy’s “Schitt’s Creek” and discuss:
- Cinematography: sitcom lighting;
- Story & writing: the setup, the situation and why it works, characters and performances, deep dive into the arc of Alexis;
- the Overton window, expanding cultural acceptance of once-provocative ideas;
- and other such stuff and things and stuff.
“In the end a film can look lousy but work because of a great performance but not the other way round. That’s something always worth remembering.” – Roger Deakins
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