The Accountant | Film Review

I'm not gonna focus much on the story in this blog. I'll be bringing your attention to the cinematography of Gavin O'Connor's movie, The Accountant. This film, I gotta say, has a great sense of mise en scene. The film's narrative focuses on the main characters evolution as he grew up with Asperger's syndrome. In this particular case, the character was portrayed to show signs of OCD. What I appreciate the most in this film is its cinematography. It tries to mirror the character's personality at some of the scenes. One in particular was the main character's dinner scene. 

The minimalistic style of framing especially in this particular shot. The use of negative space is a great show of aesthetic confidence that not many cinematographers use. This shot in itself looks like a photographic art piece. 

Want see more? Go see the film! :)