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I’m a young cinematographer from China, lots of Chinese filmmakers love your work, and some of the film scholars think that you are a cinematographer without a ‘signature’, meaning that the styles of your works varied all the time, and the vision you created in each film is perfectly matches the story. I just wonder how would you think about this comment? Does a cinematographer’s style have to bond with narrative? Or let’e say what would make a cinematographer be valuable in a film, what ‘s the moment will audiences think this cinematographer done a great job for film?
By the way, I would very glad to help if you have cooperation with Chinese filmmakers in the future.
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