I think I read in an interview with JC that his stated aim was to "record discovered beauty." This to me is both his strength and his weakness, he goes out and captures in film what he is looking for, but this is a kind of over-romanticized ideal, essentially a preconception that he has brought to the scene. This is not in any way to deny that JC's work is technically impeccable.
Originally Posted by blansky
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