When watching movies, I often notice only three things about the cast and crew: 1) the stars (protagonist and antagonist), 2) director, and lastly buy sometimes overlooked 3) the person who wrote the screenplay/story. I often overlook the cinematographer because i thought that it is the director who does the movie and the cinematographer just follows the director's order. But after watching this documentary, I found a new appreciation for cinematographers, in general. They are the ones responsible for how we see and feel about the movie. The atmosphere is set by the color/filter they use to show the mood of the film or the camera angles that make us sit in the edge of our seats when a villain lurks around the corner.
I highly recommend this movie for those who appreciate films and also to those who wants to make a movie of their own. As an aspiring photographer, I also find inspiration from their films and it's time for me to revisit some of their films to maybe see something that I haven't noticed the first time I saw them.