Interiors – Manhattan
Interiors is an online journal, published on the 15th of each month, in which films are analyzed and diagrammed in terms of space. Interiors focuses on how space is used throughout a particular scene and how the architecture of the film impacts its narratives and characters. Check them out at Facebook, Twitter, Etsy, and download the magazine at IssuuWoody Allen, who is known for having his characters’ existential conversations spill into the streets, works here within a single space – his couch. The scene itself consists of a static camera that only moves at the end when Isaac stands up. It’s within this single space that he addresses some of the most intimate questions about life as he thinks about the things that make life worthwhile.