Top
30°
7.0

Edge- Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons Review

Edge:Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons was written and directed by Swedish filmmaker Josef Fares, and it’s tempting to view this story-focused adventure exclusively through that wide-angle lens. There’s certainly a director’s eye to the visuals: as well as gorgeous individual moments (when the siblings swim beneath a bridge early on, the camera ducks beneath the stonework, too, picking out shafts of light as the pair lazily float by), Fares tells Brothers’ story with the aid of economic visual techniques. The camera, for instance, tilts when the pair crest a mountain, letting players pick out their village far in the mist-shrouded distance.

Read Full Story >>
edge-online.com
The story is too old to be commented.