Lynne Ramsay – The Poetry of Details Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation How to Remove Author and Date Info from Your WordPress PostsWriters Talk: Morris Gleitzman 42 thoughts on “Lynne Ramsay – The Poetry of Details” Wish you were still doing videos so we could see your take on you were never really here Reply Thanks for the introduction! Reply Nick Drake will make any film poetic. Reply you fucking genius Reply "What can one detail tell us about a scene? If you’re Lynne Ramsay: absolutely everything." Then why should I even watch this video? When I see a movie, I pay attention to the story and the dialogues. I don't care about interpreting any camera angles or close-ups. If the director doesn't manage to convey his statements in an understandable way, if he gives "room for interpretation", why should I bother to decipher it? I want clear facts, not "meaningful" imagery to decipher. When I want to solve puzzles, I buy a puzzle or a crossword puzzle. Reply "If anybody ever asks you what poetry means…..I dunno…Make something up." INSTANTLY subscribed. Reply I love Lynne Ramsay, yo should update the video with images from 'You were never really here', a masterpiece. Thanx!! Reply love your content, Tony. Awesome work! Thank you. Reply Amazing, thanks Reply Amazing video. What track does sound at 2:39? Is the original soundtrack of that scene or did you added it? Reply Poetry is something you feel. I think it's hard to put it into words. But somehow it follows a certain structure or structures we're all familiar with as humans. Reply I feel like I see this quality a lot in UK films by female directors like Andrea Arnold and Clio Barnard. Lucile Hadžihalilović and Nuri Bilge Ceylan are great as well, although I agree that Ramsay is an absolute master. Reply I loved that! Great video. 🙂 Reply Great video! I really like your editing ✩ Reply Love you dude Reply Cinema has no use if you don't find a way to take advantage of images and sound in order to create feelings.Lynne does it in a beautiful way. <3 Reply You are the only person whose video I'm gonna watch for my life time. I'm your big Fan. Wanna meet you. Reply I want to know how you all do this??? Buddy thx for sharing. I'm your big fan. Would like work with you on your condition. Reply I heard the beginning of cello song and was happy to find a kindred spirit here. Still watching… Reply You gotta come back man. What's with this shutting down and all. 🙁 Reply This is my film "The Creator" can you please tell if the editing is good or not? https://youtu.be/qnF36hECCjA Reply I LOVE this channel. Constructive, well made, analytic, great voiceover. This should be on TV. I reference to this whenever I get questions about film. Thx for the great work. Reply Which film this was with mother and son? Reply what poetry means? maybe depth through detail? Reply Just got back from seeing her new film You Were Never Really Here. Loved it amazing, came to youtube to see a trailer for Ratcatcher and stumbled onto this, great job. Reply Just saw my first Ramsay film (her latest) "You Were Never Really Here" and ……holy shit. Her choice of shots and her use of them are incredibly special and poetic. Just incredibly small details that other directors wouldn't notice or care about, she turns them into the main focus of the frame and elicits so much from them. Reply beautiful vídeo ! Reply Love it Reply She would be an even better if she spoke in English. Reply jesus, i never ceased to be amazed about how wonderful these videos are Reply Awesome video, love the way you explain things. 😉 Reply best channel on film and its analysis ever Reply I gasped so deeply when "We Need to Talk About Kevin" came on. Reply I like the little challenge at the end. Effectively giving people a thirst to know their own definition of poetry. Great video! Reply This type of storytelling is very annoyingly underappreciated. People never want to have to go through the work of paying attention. They want everything to be flashy and in their face. Reply "If anybody ever asks you what poetry means, I don't know – make something up." Reply Nice to see the lush "Ratcatcher" isn't being forgotten – such a wonderful and moving film. Reply name of the short film with two girls and the father? Reply I don't understand how your videos have any dislikes in the first place. Reply poetry means words, not images Reply I was moved by this video until I scrolled down the comments section… because misogyny. Geez, guys, why can't we appreciate great filmmaking without shoving gender issues down each other's throat? Disgusting. Reply Bruh this good Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.