Rodrigo Pietro calls (Immersed in Movies: Talking 'Argo' with Cinematographer Pietro http://t.co/nOHV3a2N...)...
"Rodrigo Prieto calls "Argo" a "visual tapestry." That's because the bizarre fact-based espionage thriller and best picture Oscar front runner required the cinematographer to craftily piece together various looks to pull off the creative hodgepodge of styles, genres, and locales.
But given that "Argo" is about a covert CIA mission to rescue six Americans trapped in Iran after the 1979 takeover of the U.S. Embassy (posing as a Hollywood crew, no less), Prieto's method was almost as wacky as the goings-on in Ben Affleck's movie. It wasn't just life imitating art: it was art imitating life imitating art."
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