>But, the one long take I always think of is the beginning of Welles'
>"Touch of Evil"; for deep focus, generally "Citizen Kane" is cited;

One thing to remember with Citizen Kane is that many of the "deep focus"
shots are in fact trick shots (double exposures) and not actual deep
focus.  Maybe it's irrelevant if the image documents what was actually in
front of the camera but is at least an interesting twist.


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