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Design of the Week | Nocturnal Animals



Tom Ford's stunning new movie, Nocturnal Animals, stars Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal. Amy Adams has had a massive career as of late, including the beautiful, Arrival. I'm always a sucker for Mr. Gyllenhaal (he's just the best). 

Nocturnal Animals is one of my favorite movies of the year. Apart from a slightly awkward scene in the first 5 minutes involving a paper-cut, I was entirely captivated. The cinematography is stellar. There is an anxiousness that resonates throughout, and some really subtle director choices that make the movie so terrifying and engaging. I will be seeing the movie again soon. For real though, check it out.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 21 December, 2016 design of the week, Nocturnal Animals | 0 comments
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