A Quick Look At How The Film 'Drive' Looked So Brilliantly Cool

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Ask almost any reader of Airows to list the ten coolest movies of the last ten years and Drive, the Ryan Gosling thriller directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, is surely to be on practically every list. There are many reasons why the movie is so outstanding---the quiet Ryan Gosling performance, the grade A soundtrack, and the spectacular chase scenes, but the cinematography techniques and framing might have been the thing to push it over the "all-time" edge. Here's Tony Zhou teaching how every shot feels both "tightly composed and weirdly unpredictable." It's a fascinating watch.