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Who Needs High-Tech Film Editing When There's The Thrill Of The Single Shot?

Set during the first World War, 1917 was made to look like it was filmed in a single shot. "It operates more like a ticking-clock thriller," says director Sam Mendes.

The very earliest movies were all long takes, but the immersive minimalism of one-shot films carry extra appeal in an era of congested platforms and CGI overload.

(Image credit: Fran├žois Duhamel /Universal Pictures)

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