Finding amusement in the entering into of and leaving from frames, matching scene transitions, jumping over fences and more: Edgar Wright’s visual comedy

A fun reminder of why Edgar Wright is such a strongly visual director – including a nice throwback to the days of Spaced, with a very young-looking Lee Ingleby partaking in a Peckinpah-esque slow-motion finger gun fight.

A shame Every Frame A Painting isn’t going any more, but it was good while it lasted 🙂

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