Hey Man, Nice Shot (2013)


Today, we begin wrapping up 2013 by returning to an annual tradition originally posted over at The Matinee. It occurred to me some time ago that when you think back on a film, sometimes you think about one solitary image. When you bring those images together, it turns into a neat little tapestry of the year on the whole.

The idea started back in 2010, and continued through 2011 and 2012.

Decide amongst yourselves what it means that I have been choosing more and more images as the years have gone on.

Ryan McNeil
Founder and editor of TheMatinee.ca


  1. I’m still torn on how I feel about the film, but this one had some gorgeous shots:

    <img src=”http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a140/burdick12/photo2.jpg” border=”0″ alt=” photo photo2.jpg”/>

    <img src=”http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a140/burdick12/photo4.jpg” border=”0″ alt=” photo photo4.jpg”/>

  2. @Jonathan Yea, the film is stunningly shot.  Every single shot is amazing.  It’s consistent in its tone, but seems to go out of its way to be as offputting as possible….I still liked the film, but didn’t love it, more like admired it’s commitment to itself.


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