How does the incomparable The Twilight Zone relate to Scorsese’s ‘universal cinematic language’?
Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone has been consistently praised, and in 2013, the WGA voted it as the 3rd best Written TV Series Ever. This video from Jack’s Movie Reviews features none other than Martin Scorsese, and focuses on how the show used what he calls “universal cinematic language” to make its storytelling so real and visceral. Watch the video below and then read on for three storytelling lessons from one of the most interesting and original TV series ever.
From:: No Film School