There are not unexpected traditions or extensive use of computer generated effects. The flow of the movie is very natural as if a person watches it behind the backs of the main characters. In other words, the directors did not want to experiment with new elements of editing and adhered to the traditional ways so that the attention of the audience would not be distracted by it.
Speaking of the sound, one should not that the movie features a lot of natural sounds and hardly any music. Of course, there are certain scenes that have background music in them. Overall, one might note that the use of sound is rather effective since it does not distract the viewers from the development of the plot. Since the majority of the scenes are rather dramatic, the feelings that the score elicits are not positive. The directors used it to create the atmosphere of loneliness and despair when it was appropriate. Furthermore, the sound of nature, often incorporated into the songs, shows that the action takes place outside.
The cinematography of the movie is quite notable. On the one hand, there is the perspective of one of the characters from which the story is told. On the other hand, there many scenes when the action is shown and there are no commentaries articulated. At certain points the movie features transitions, suggesting that some time has passed. Since the film does not tell a particular episode from one’s life, but rather a large part of it, the inclusion of such transition is appropriate. In addition to that, the narration, often told from the point of view of the main character allows the audience to see this new post apocalyptic world with their own eyes.
I think that 2010 is a landmark in the world industry since it marks the end of good movies with a profound meaning in the world. In the years after the majority of them primarily relied on special effects or featured the old