Often incomprehensible and generally indescribable, Sergio Caballero's feature debut, "Finisterrae," certainly has a sense of humor, but how much is meant to be taken seriously?
What's almost as scary as being buried alive in a coffin? Shooting a feature film inside that coffin, says cinematographer Eduard Grau.
On the day Eduard Grau first met Tom Ford, the fashion-designer-turned-director hired the young cinematographer to shoot "A Single Man."
A luminous and treasurable pic, despite its imperfections.