It’s hard to find words to do justice to Terrence Malick’s directorial début. I’ll let the images of no less than three credited cinematographers speak for themselves.
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Tagged as Badlands
Stunning film. Wonderful stills.
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My favourite Malick.
I sure love the shot of the full moon. Marvelous!
I know I’ve said it many times, but your photographs often remind me of images from Terrence Malick films.
That’s a mighty fine compliment! If I got to relive my life over, I would have loved to have made movies. I like stills. Your post is great.
Haven’t heard of this one, but wow those images really are amazing! Thanks for sharing these!😀
I probably could have posted 100 images from this film. Malick certainly has an eye for beauty.
Saw this film years ago and those photos are wonderful Paul. I love these posts and thanks for sharing these.
I’m glad you approve, because I’ll probably be doing more of these screen capture posts in the future. Apart from the “great unmade film series” I really haven’t got anything to say about Pfeiffer.
They are all great posts and these new series are really good too. Are you holding your Meg Ryan blogathon this year..?
I’d been thinking about the Meg Ryan Blogathon, her birthday is on the 19th of November. I’m not sure how much response I’d get. A few of the people who used to get involved aren’t around any more. If you’ve got any ideas let me know.
Great post and I love your selected pictures from Badlands that you used for this entry 🙂 We are not only treated to beautiful scenery of the film and it’s time period (the late 1950’s), but we also get to look at some of the lead actors/actresses of the film – Martin Sheen, Sissy Spacek and last, but not least, Warren Oates 🙂 I also believe (and Alex Cox pointed this out too) that it’s own director Terence Malick has a cameo appearance 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always Paul 🙂
It’s interesting to see the notoriously camera shy Malick appearing here, in a Hitchcockesque cameo. This film is so beautiful, it makes me wish I could live in 1950s South Dakota.
A beautiful film and one that stuck with me long after it was over.
It had the same effect on me.
A haunting and unforgettable film. Every shot is like a work of art.
Great movie but it’s been so long –
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You certainly did with the Scottish one.. that was such a great entry.
I've been looking at his filmography in the hope of coming up with something. We will see!
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