Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s series Fleabag uses astonishing and affecting means of visual storytelling. Skip Intro’s video essay explores this:
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“Phoebe as Fleabag is having a relationship with the camera — and to be clear, not with me but with the camera,” explains the show’s cinematographer Tony Miller, and that relationship she has with the camera is at the core of much of series two. In the end, she tells the camera to stay and not follow her. The camera is her shrink and her alter ego, so I wanted every time she turns to me that she look absolutely radiant and at all times I’ve captured it all beautifully.” To read the full interview, click here.