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A highly aesthetic group shot from "Sunshine" (2007), giving the characters strong rim lights, a soft key and eye light from the table, and a few practical tubes in the frame - a composition to remember.

A highly aesthetic group shot from "Sunshine" (2007), giving the characters strong rim lights, a soft key and eye light from the table, and a few practical tubes in the frame - a composition to remember.

The Passenger (1975,  Michelangelo Antonioni) / Cinematographer: Luciano Tovoli

The Passenger (1975, Michelangelo Antonioni) / Cinematographer: Luciano Tovoli

Filming of the penultimate shot in "The Passenger" (1975), a seven minute, indoor/outdoor, rotating tracking shot (filmed before the fully portable steadicam was devised).

Filming of the penultimate shot in "The Passenger" (1975), a seven minute, indoor/outdoor, rotating tracking shot (filmed before the fully portable steadicam was devised).

Antonioni preparing the incredibly complicating set-up for the movie's amazing continuous crane shot at the climax.

Antonioni preparing the incredibly complicating set-up for the movie's amazing continuous crane shot at the climax.

How Tom Cruise's impressive-looking stunts are made easier than they seem

How Tom Cruise's impressive-looking stunts are easier than you think

50 cenas dos bastidores dos maiores clássicos do cinema - Galerias - Cineclick

50 cenas dos bastidores dos maiores clássicos do cinema - Galerias

42 fotos de trás das câmeras que mudará a forma como você olha para os filmes – Entenda Os Homens

Maria Schneider and Jack Nicholson in Professione: reporter directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, 1975

Maria Schneider and Jack Nicholson in Professione: reporter directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, 1975

Explanation of the amazing crane shot at the end of "The Passenger" (source unknown)

Explanation of the amazing crane shot at the end of "The Passenger" (source unknown)

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