Roy Andersson’s films are unlike any other motion picture. The style he has created with his long-time cinematographer István Borbás is not only unique and easily recognisable but also gives the impression as if we saw a series of paintings while watching the screen. To find out more and have a greater picture of Roy Andersson’s style and his way of working, I have interviewed the Swedish director himself, his long-time collaborator István Borbás, and Gergely Pálos who has worked with Andersson on the film A Pigeon Sat . . .
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