Jerzy Skolimowski
Cinematographer Michal Dymek discusses the technical choices that helped create a donkey's perspective in Jerzy Skolimowski's "Eo."
Exclusive: The beloved animal in the Polish film was played by not one but six donkeys — including one the producer likens to Tom Cruise.
The "EO" director explains how Robert Bresson's "Au Hasard Balthazar" led him to embrace animal actors and why he's OK with Marvel movies.
The film premiered at this year's Cannes, where it won the Jury Prize.
Told through the eyes of a modest donkey, Skolimowski offers a visually experimental take on the 1966 black-and-white drama "Au Hasard Balthazar."
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