wikipedia escribió:A long take is an uninterrupted shot in a film which lasts much longer than the conventional editing pace either of the film itself or of films in general, usually lasting several minutes. It can be used for dramatic and narrative effect if done properly, and in moving shots is often accomplished through the use of a dolly or Steadicam. Some films, such as Timecode and Russian Ark are filmed in one single take; others, such as Rope, Before Sunset, Elephant, and Irréversible are composed entirely from a series of long takes, while others, such as Goodfellas, Children of Men, Boogie Nights, Touch of Evil, The Player are well-known for a specific long take or two within otherwise more conventionally edited films.
El plano secuencia es uno de los recursos cinematográficos que más me gustan y me ha parecido buena idea recopilar películas que los usen incluso poner enlaces a youtube o similares, o subirlos nosotros mismos.
Cuando tengamos unos cuantos los iré añadiendo a este mensaje. De momento dejo una lista de películas que los usan, encontrada en la wikipedia gracias a mesmerin, para tener algo por lo que empezar a buscar.
Wikipedia escribió:Productions with notable long takes
* 11 Minutes Ago - Shot in eight 11 minute takes
* 2001: A Space Odyssey most of the film is shot with unusually long takes
* Bande à part (the famous Madison dance shot)
* Before Sunset
* The Bill 1995 episode "Good Intentions" has 4 takes over 23 minutes. The first lasts approximately 6 minutes, the second and third last approximately 3 minutes each and the fourth, which includes several parts of the police station, lasts 12 minutes.
* The Bonfire of the Vanities - the opening scene feautures a long take with a moving camera
* Boogie Nights - from the outside to the inside of the disco, approximately 3 minutes and introduces nearly all the major characters of the story.
* Breaking News - the opening shot is approximately 7 mins long
* Chelsea Girls
* Children of Men - notable takes include: Clive Owen's character's escape from the Fishes to his following reunion with his refugee ward and an escape scene shot entirely within a specially rigged & designed car.
* Citizen Kane - the flashback depicting Kane's childhood features a long take with deep focus
* City of Hope
* Clerks - The conversation between Dante Hicks and Caitlin Bree at the RST Video is a long take of over five minutes; it was taken on the first night of filming
* Code Unknown
* Entourage - episode 106 "Busey and the Beach" features a long take
* Eraserhead - directed by David Lynch, whose films often feature long takes
* Firefly - episodes directed by Joss Whedon often feature long takes
* Funny Games
* Goodbye, Dragon Inn
* Goodfellas - a long take as Ray Liotta's character enters a nightclub with his girlfriend.
* The Great Ziegfeld - the song "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody" is often said to have been filmed in a single long take, but there's a very obvious cut halfway through the sequence in question. Still, most of the song is done as a three-minute take followed immediately by a three-and-a-half-minute take.
* Hard Boiled - a 2-minute action sequence including gun battles and a journey in an elevator
* "Here It Goes Again," OK Go's 2006 single, has a well-known video consisting of one long static take of the band dancing on treadmills. OK Go's "A Million Ways" also consists of a long take of the band dancing.
* A History of Violence - the first scene is a long take
* Husbands and Wives
* I Am Cuba
* Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
* La Captive
* Last Days
* The Life of Oharu
* The Magnificent Ambersons - in Orson Welles's film many sequences are shot in long takes, perhaps the longest being Aunt Fanny's breakdown, where Tim Holt urges Agnes Morehead to pull it together as he leads her though the Amberson mansion by her shoulders
* Menace II Society
* Minority Report a scene in an apartment building with "spyders" where the camera was put on a crane above the set and moved about.
* The Mirror
* Oldboy - an action scene several minutes long involving many participants is filmed in a single take
* The Player - the opening shot is 8 minutes long and moves through a Hollywood studio; one character, Walter, talks with two other characters about famous "long shots" in film history, mentioning Orson Welles' six and a half minute take in Touch of Evil and a shot in The Sheltering Sky
* Pulp Fiction - A few long takes are featured in this movie, such as Jules and Vincent's various conversations, and Marcellus Wallace's bribe and speech.
* The Passenger
* Rear Window
* Reservoir Dogs - The scene where Mr. Blonde walks to his car to pick up the gasoline is filmed in a single long take.
* Rope - consists of only 10 takes, the edits between half of which are hidden, sometimes making two or three takes look continuous to the untrained eye
* Russian Ark - a 96 minute film consisting of one single long take, made possible with the use of digital cameras
* Satantango-a film consisting of 150 shots in a 7 1/2 hour running time. Most shots are on average 5 minutes long.
* "Scarface (1932)" - the opening shot
* "Secrets and Lies the scene where Cynthia realises that she is Hortense's mother is almost 8 minutes long.
* Serenity - The shot introducing the main characters over the main titles seems to last roughly four and a half minutes, but is actually broken into two, with the second taking place on a separate set. The break is disguised by a whip pan when Nathan Fillion's character walks to the lower deck.
* Snake Eyes - the shot at the beginning is seemingly 15 minutes long, although it contains several edits disguised by whip pans
* Songs from the Second Floor
* Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith - the opening shot is a 76 second long take of the Battle of Coruscant; it is over two and a half minutes if one includes the film's opening crawl.
* "Stay (I Missed You)," Lisa Loeb's 1994 Billboard Hot 100 number one single, has a video which is a single long take of Loeb, directed by Ethan Hawke.
* Sunrise - a long take follows the Woman from the City as she walks into the moonlit field to meet with the Husband
* Taste of Cherry - filmed almost entirely in long takes
* The Third Man - the final sequence involves a long take as Alida Valli's character walks up a road toward Joseph Cotten's
* Through the Olive Trees
* Timecode - four 90-minute long takes were filmed simultaneously and are presented on screen as such, using a split-screen effect
* Tom-Yum-Goong - a long take of 3:46 takes place where Tony Jaa ascends a multi-leveled building via circular ramps and incapacitates numerous gang members in elaborately choreographed fight sequences that send men flying off tiers and Tony Jaa positioning himself in one instance, above a doorway, all without a change of shot.
* Touch of Evil - the opening features a six and a half minute long take with a moving camera
* Twelve Angry Men - the shot where the individual jurors mingle and meet prior to their debate.
* Ulysses' Gaze
* Under Capricorn
* War of the Worlds - the car shot during the family's escape is 2½ minutes long, and the camera travels in, out and around the vehicle (assisted by visual effects)
* Wavelength - a 45-minute long take of a slow zoom in toward a picture on a wall
* Week End - a 10-minute tracking shot along a traffic jam
* Werckmeister Harmonies-a film with only 39 shots in a 145 minute running time.
* The West Wing
* The X-Files, episode "Triangle" - filmed in several long takes, and composited closely to appear as only four takes, each eleven minutes long