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Rester vertical  (2016)

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The movie Rester vertical, released in 2016 and directed by Alain Guiraudie, was shot on digital using Panasonic VariCam 35, Red Epic Dragon Camera with Claire Mathon as cinematographer and editing by Jean-Christophe Hym.
Directed by | Alain Guiraudie
Cinematography by | Claire Mathon
Written by | Alain Guiraudie
Country | France
Language | French
Genres | Comedy, Drama

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DP Claire Mathon: "We used the Varicam 35 only to shoot full moon nights. And we chose the Red Dragon for the colors especially in nature."
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