Dean-Charles Chapman: Immersion Is A Big Part Of ‘1917’s’ Appeal

Now that it’s officially in the Oscars race for Best Picture, the buzz about 1917 is only growing. Of course, a lot has been made of (and said about) the “single take” method employed by director Sam Mendes. Star Dean-Charles Chapman tells us the cinematography is much more than a gimmick — instead, by showing the story through one single set of “eyes,” it makes audience members feel like the story’s unfolding before their very eyes, and it was a shooting style he embraced.  (Click on the media bar below to hear Dean-Charles Chapman)

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