On "Dream With the Fishes," his first feature as writer-director, Finn Taylor wanted a new look that actually hearkens back to an older cinematographic style. "He talked about not liking how clean and nice and almost video-like the new film stocks are, how accurate in reproduction," says director of photography Barry Stone. "He had a hankering for some of the older stocks which distanced the viewer from what he was looking at, that mythologized the image in a sense. We looked at films like ...

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