Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.
Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”. Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.
Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”. Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.
Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”. Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.
Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”. Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.
Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”. Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.
Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”.

Some inspiring shots from Tarsem Singh’s “The Fall”. These were all from the first thirty minutes of the movie. I have watched this movie a ton of times, and the visual story-telling is really beautiful, with lots of eastern influence (the director is Indian). Eventually I’ll get more screen-grabs of the rest of the film, because they’re worth sharing.

Tarsem Singh also directed “The Cell”, “Immortals”, and the current release “Mirror Mirror”. He is often criticized for his maybe preoccupation with visuals and intense imagery in his movie, but i’m a total glutton for his work. I can’t wait to see “Mirror Mirror”.