|A straphanger is focused on his phone as he waits for a subway train in New York City|
I would be a rare film, one that danced when it surveyed the world, but rarely seen, not distributed like a Hollywood classic.
I am a fan of the long take. Maybe it is because I admire the way some filmmakers are able to capture a moment for as long it can last.
I'd be the eye on a Max Ophul's film watching Madame wind a staircase. Or, I'd be the eye in Raiders of the Lost Ark, inventorying lost treasures.
I imagine the camera's eye is lonely and I'll admit I don't agree well with loneliness - who does? - but every once in awhile I just want to zoom out and take on what the philosopher's call "The God's Eye View."
I'd catch myself in a frame shot - kind of like what happens when I dream. I see myself in the corner of my eye. It's me. In my own dream.