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This is amazing cinematography. Deakins should get his second Academy Award for it. It does something movies often fail to, immerse the viewer into the story, and it did it so so well! The story was pretty good too, but I was more amazed by the camera movement. The entire movie is designed to feel like it was taken in one shot (which it obviously wasn't). I often found myself looking for the seams and finding many, but also being so pulled in to the story, that I missed most of them.
Highly recommended to see in theaters.