Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011) is such an amazing movie.
Apart from existing in a world where the average cut duration has been quickly going down, its cinematography is kind of unique for another reason. Instead of using normal lenses or even wide lenses for regular scenes or close-ups, throughout most of the movie long lenses are used with the camera moved further back. Its effect of changing the perspective and feel but keeping the composition is subtle yet very effective, and appropriate.

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