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Watch Rodrigo Prieto Discuss the Themes and Look of Scorsese’s ‘Silence’

In the below interview with Screen Anarchy,

Silence

cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto speaks to

Screen Anarchy

‘s Eric Ortiz Garcia about shooting Martin Scorsese’s passion project that’s been nearly 30 years in the making. The movie is about two Jesuit priests who travel to feudal Japan in search of their mentor.

Prieto discusses his favorite sequence, the themes of the film, and how 1950s Japanese films

Ugetsu

and

Gate of Hell 

inspired the look of

Silence.

Watch below.

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