Andrzej Sekuła

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Andrzej Sekuła
Born 1954
Wrocław, Poland
Occupation Cinematographer, Director

Andrzej Sekuła (born 1954) is a Polish cinematographer and film director. He left his native Poland in 1980 and currently lives in Los Angeles. His cinematography work has appeared in such prominent films as Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction.

In Armored, Sekula's work helped convey the bleakness at the core of the film, critic A. O. Scott wrote in The New York Times.[1]

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  1. ^ Scott, A. O., "Truck Heist Hits a Skid In a B Movie With a Soul", review, The New York Times, p C9, December 5, 2009, retrieved same day
  2. ^ a b "Cube 2: Hypercube". The New York Times. 

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