Ang Lee is one of those visual filmmakers that you just have to respect to some degree. Sure, not all of his films land as hard as their visuals, but the man knows how to shoot often-times beautiful-looking films.
His latest film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk explores the horrors of the Iraq war through the means of natively-filmed 3D 4K content with the use of 120 frames per second.
It’s an interesting concept that I’m not quite sure I understand, but I’m sure once I view the trailer with a proper setup I’ll begin to appreciate the technology behind this film a little more.
Until then we simply have a trailer that tugs at the heart strings, while also reminding us that Vin Diesel does films outside of the Fast & Furious franchise.