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    Main reasons behind Lucifer's great repeat value is its superior picturization quality , the perfection @PrithviOfficial achieved behind most of his frames and detailing that you notice in subsequent viewings. Few of my fav frames from movie. #Thread @Mohanlal

    Prithviraj establishing in beginning itself that his villain has depth and is vulnerable in this frame.

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    Prithviraj shows us the books Govardhan read and a photo frame of his family quickly for a moment, before introducing Govardhan. Photo frames have lot of importance throughout the movie



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    Prithviraj gave us hint on which side Murugan might be on early, but we may not have noticed.

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    This opening of barriers with the accompanying BGM is a technique that works to add impact to a mass scene.

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    How the camera quickly turns and Adil saying "Stephen" - another technique to amplify the scene.

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    One of my favorite shots from the entire movie !

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    Police charging towards the people while Stephen is unperturbed - Yet another technique.[​IMG]

    Murugan unfolding his mundu - was not fear or respect. It was because of loyalty which you would learn later.

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    Now another frame on how to get the maximum output with a superstar

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    Prithviraj's ambition on big scale visuals visible in this frame.

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    Prithviraj doesn't have his villain and hero together in many frames, but whatever little time he gets, he gets it right.

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    Prithviraj's liking towards centering his frames
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    Subhash Chandra Bose on the background when Stephen gives his perspective of what a war is!

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    Did you notice the first time that when Stephen kisses the baby and names him Vinayakan, the baby's father smiles in the background ?

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    Prithviraj using the reactions of his characters to his benefit while making the phenomenal "Stephen Nammal vicharicha alalla Sir" sequence
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    "Calm before the storm" - An unmoved Stephen calmly counting the people around before he moves swiftly on his next action

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    Another favorite shot - Stephen throwing the gun and its parts to either side in style

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    Tribute to Olympian Anthony Adam done right !

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    Prithviraj does want his frames look perfect and unique wherever possible !

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    A speech acted, directed and picturized - all superbly !
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    And not before giving away one more expression of Murugan that you would dissect well later.

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    Love this shot from the jail fight - another well choreographed stunt scene playing to Mohanlal's strengths !

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    Prithviraj allows camera few moments to capture what a phenomenal actress Manju Warrier is in this hospital scene

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    Prithviraj's stubbornness to have precise frames even for normal scenes

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    Mayilvahanam seeing this terrific shot through his blurry eyes

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    Didn't I tell earlier that Prithviraj like to center his frames precisely well ?

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