Most of us weren’t able to visit the movie theater as much as we would’ve liked in 2020, but good movies were still released. In this video essay, Ringer contributor Adam Nayman reflects on 10 of the most striking and memorable visual compositions from movies released in 2020, including the stark, sanitized aesthetic of The Assistant and the nightmarish dreamscape of Possessor.
The Best Movie Shots of 2020
Adam Nayman reflects on the most striking and memorable visual compositions from movies released in 2020
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