Inherent Vice was shot on film by frequent Paul Thomas Anderson collaborator, cinematographer Robert Elswit

The 1970 Los Angeles of Inherent Vice is a land of contradicting moods: sprawling yet claustrophobic; sun-lit, yet disorienting. Paul Thomas Anderson’s seventh film is an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s seventh novel and relies on photochemical film to create the desired mood of the movie.


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