Vadim Rizov Reviews The Letter Never Sent

It sounds cool, but it isn’t: a director-cinematographer team known for deranged, insanely impossible cinematography and shots venture out to Siberia and really set off a forest fire and make it look like the camera is all of two feet away, and that the actors are only this far away from certain death, and the only reaction you can muster is “How the HELL did they do that?” But really, it isn’t all that cool: the forest fire can’t possibly occupy more than 20 minutes of screen time, and there’s nothing else to really recommend to the film. The pure visual coolness of the fire occurs nowhere else, and nothing else makes up for it.

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