The idea of wrapping a London townhouse in a cocoon of tents and placing light boxes in the windows seems perfectly normal to French cinematographer Benoit Delhomme. In fact, he did just that when shooting David Mamet's new film The Winslow Boy, based on the play by Terrence Rattigan. In contrast to this controlled studio-like interior is the highly stylized look of Mike Figgis' latest, The Loss of Sexual Innocence, shot largely on location in Europe and Northern Africa. Controlling light ...

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