Bruce Gilden's photographs are extremely detailed and close up. This allows us to see all the imperfections in the subject's faces and their skin. We may possibly do something to do with skin. Similarly, his technique of close ups creates the reaction in the viewer - something we should do in our film. He also seems to be presenting them "warts and all" - and with a sense of beauty. It may be an idea that we explore - that the inside of the body as an environment can be beautiful. In order to do this there should be a sense of lyricism in our film - perhaps done with movement.
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