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20th Nov '17 6:36:17 AM Origin
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* While perhaps recorded piecemeal due to both its length (the video is nearly ''nine'' minutes long) and places where cuts were either convenient or necessary, the video for Between The Buried And Me's ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R40wAZxMsTg The Coma Machine]] follows a solitary character as he wanders through various strange mindscape-y rooms, finally meeting the comatose man who features on the album's cover. Judging by the facial hair, the only two people seen in the whole video are representations of the same man.
11th Nov '17 8:22:05 AM igordebraga
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* Music/JanetJackson's "When I Think of You" is actually two oners merged by an edit at around 3:19 (when the photographer's flash goes off.)[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaleKN9GQ54]]

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* Music/JanetJackson's "When I Think of You" is actually two oners merged by an edit at around 3:19 (when the photographer's flash goes off.)[[https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaleKN9GQ54]]com/watch?v=EaleKN9GQ54 "When I Think of You"]] is actually two oners merged by an edit at around 3:19 (when the photographer's flash goes off.)



* Music/{{Weezer}}, "Undone (The Sweater Song)."

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* Music/{{Weezer}}, "Undone (The Sweater Song)."" In fact, it is so loose because [[EnforcedMethodActing after many single takes, the band had stopped to care]].



* ''Free As A Bird'' from ''Music/TheBeatlesAnthology'' by Music/TheBeatles is made to look like this, even though it would be utterly impossible for a number of reasons, chief among them the fact that they include old clips of Music/TheBeatles spliced in.

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* ''Free "Free As A Bird'' Bird" from ''Music/TheBeatlesAnthology'' by Music/TheBeatles is made to look like this, even though it would be utterly impossible for a number of reasons, chief among them the fact that they include old clips of Music/TheBeatles spliced in.


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* Chico Cesar's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBdmw_4IjAw "Mama Africa"]]. Which as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K-IjN4jeOs MTV Brazil showed]], is a great example in how a single take video can have many a FunnyBackgroundEvent.
6th Nov '17 7:13:46 AM PSColdFire
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** The whole earth bending battle in ''Film/TheLastAirbender'' is a very impressive shot.
** This was actually used several times throughout the film. Such as when Aang and the Blue Spirit ([[spoiler: Zuko]]) are escaping a Fire Nation camp and the finale as Aang fights his way through a Fire Nation army in the Water Tribe's settlement.

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** The whole [[FightSceneFailure earth bending battle battle]] in ''Film/TheLastAirbender'' is a very impressive shot.
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This was actually used several times throughout the film. Such as when Aang and the Blue Spirit ([[spoiler: Zuko]]) are escaping a Fire Nation camp and the finale as Aang fights his way through a Fire Nation army in the Water Tribe's settlement.
6th Sep '17 5:17:08 AM Ominae
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* In gritty French-Canadian cop series ''19-2'', a spine-chilling 13-minute tracking shot shows the comings and goings of multiple police agents trying to stop a school shooting. [[http://www.tou.tv/19-2/S02E01 Found here]].

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* In gritty French-Canadian cop series ''19-2'', ''Series/NineteenTwo'', a spine-chilling 13-minute tracking shot shows the comings and goings of multiple police agents trying to stop a school shooting. [[http://www.tou.tv/19-2/S02E01 Found here]].



* The Japanese police drama ''Crisis: Public Security Investigators'' features a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew1pANRkNhw 7 and a half minute long fight sequence]] during Episode 8 when the SIT unit [[StormingTheCastle attacks the headquarters]] of the [[ApocalypseCult Light of God cult.]]

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* The Japanese police drama ''Crisis: Public Security Investigators'' ''Series/Crisis2017'' features a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew1pANRkNhw 7 and a half minute long fight sequence]] during Episode 8 when the SIT unit [[StormingTheCastle attacks the headquarters]] of the [[ApocalypseCult Light of God cult.]]
1st Sep '17 10:19:56 PM JackTheHammer
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* The Japanese police drama ''Crisis: Public Security Investigators'' features a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOIm5p85A0c 7 and a half minute long fight sequence]] during Episode 8 when the SIT unit [[StormingTheCastle attacks the headquarters]] of the [[ApocalypseCult Light of God cult.]]

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* The Japanese police drama ''Crisis: Public Security Investigators'' features a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOIm5p85A0c com/watch?v=Ew1pANRkNhw 7 and a half minute long fight sequence]] during Episode 8 when the SIT unit [[StormingTheCastle attacks the headquarters]] of the [[ApocalypseCult Light of God cult.]]
12th Aug '17 1:42:26 PM JackTheHammer
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* The Japanese police drama ''Crisis: Public Security Investigators'' features a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOIm5p85A0c 7 and a half minute long fight sequence]] during Episode 8 when the SIT unit [[StormingTheCastle attacks the headquarters]] of the [[ApocalypseCult Light of God cult.]]
8th Aug '17 12:56:52 PM babyhenchy1
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** Finally, in [[Recap/GameOfThronesS6E9BattleOfTheBastards Battle of the Bastards]], directed by the same director as Hardhome, in the thick of the battle with the Boltons, there's a long shot of Jon on the battlefield killing as many soldiers as he can. Cavalry are charging everywhere, arrows are constantly falling and it's sometimes difficult to tell who's a foe and who's not. It's used to emphasize the utter chaos of such a battle as well as how most of the time, survival is based on luck as much as skill, as Jon only survives because of sheer luck multiple times.

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** Finally, in In [[Recap/GameOfThronesS6E9BattleOfTheBastards Battle of the Bastards]], directed by the same director as Hardhome, in the thick of the battle with the Boltons, there's a long shot of Jon on the battlefield killing as many soldiers as he can. Cavalry are charging everywhere, arrows are constantly falling and it's sometimes difficult to tell who's a foe and who's not. It's used to emphasize the utter chaos of such a battle as well as how most of the time, survival is based on luck as much as skill, as Jon only survives because of sheer luck multiple times.times.
** During [[Recap/GameOfThronesS7E4TheSpoilsOfWar The Spoils of War]], the camera focuses on Bronn's navigation through a battlefield, passing by screaming soldiers, fires everywhere and Drogon flying overheard, burning everything in his path, pushing the fact that for [[SympatheticPOV the Lannisters]], this is less of a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome CMOA]] and more of [[NightmareFuel horrific massacre]].
30th Jul '17 11:43:27 PM Kinrah
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* For the final episode of its 31st season, and to commemmorate the series' 30th anniversary, British hospital drama Series/{{Casualty}} made British television history by recording a Oner... that was ''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome 48 minutes long]]''. Even more impressive was the fact that they managed to switch cameramen halfway through (after about 20 minutes, the camera would just be too heavy) and that they managed to nail it in under ten takes.
12th Jul '17 1:31:00 AM jormis29
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* The German movie ''Kreuzweg'' (''Stations of the Cross'') is brought in 14 chapters, paralleling the 14 stations of the cross that Jesus encounters in his final days and hours. Each of these 14 scenes is brought in a single take, and all but two chapters (late in the film) are filmed with a fixed camera angle. The longest take is the first scene in a Sunday school class lasting for almost 14 min.

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* The German movie ''Kreuzweg'' (''Stations of the Cross'') (''Film/StationsOfTheCross'') is brought in 14 chapters, paralleling the 14 stations of the cross that Jesus encounters in his final days and hours. Each of these 14 scenes is brought in a single take, and all but two chapters (late in the film) are filmed with a fixed camera angle. The longest take is the first scene in a Sunday school class lasting for almost 14 min.
14th Jun '17 12:43:14 AM bombadil211
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*** The one opening the movie following Bond's movements from the Day of the Dead procession as he stalks Sciarra, into the elevator of the hotel, into the room that he's sharing with the BondGirl du jour, then out onto the rooftop. It is not actually a single take but four (for one thing, the last shot was filmed at Pinewood Studio in the UK), but you can't see the join.

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*** The one opening the movie following Bond's movements from the Day of the Dead procession as he stalks Sciarra, into the elevator of the hotel, into the room that he's sharing with the BondGirl du jour, then out onto the rooftop. It is not actually a single take but four (for one thing, the last shot was filmed at Pinewood Studio in the UK), but UK) and you can't can see the join.joins if you know what to look for.



* Kenneth Branagh's 1996 movie version of ''Film/{{Hamlet}}'' features several entire scenes, including ones that span several rooms, shot in a single take as well as most of the soliloquies.
* Branagh appears to like this technique: he used it three years earlier in his adaptation of ''Film/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' as well. Roughly the last eight minutes is one continuous shot.
* Kenneth Branagh doesn't appear to like oners, he ADORES them. His adaptation of ''Theatre/HenryV'' features the aftermath of the Battle of Agincourt with the soldiers picking up their wounded and dead, while singing "Non Nobis" all in one take. Also, Film/DeadAgain has a techincally challenging continuous circular shot around a table featuring Creator/DerekJacobi hypnotizing Creator/EmmaThompson with Branagh himself as witness, and they all deliver their very best in performance and timing.

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* Kenneth Branagh's Creator/KennethBranagh's doesn't appear to like oners, he ADORES them.
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1996 movie version of ''Film/{{Hamlet}}'' features several entire scenes, including ones that span several rooms, shot in a single take as well as most of the soliloquies.
* Branagh appears to like this technique: he ** He used it three years earlier in his adaptation of ''Film/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' as well. Roughly the last eight minutes is one continuous shot.
* Kenneth Branagh doesn't appear to like oners, he ADORES them. ** His adaptation of ''Theatre/HenryV'' features the aftermath of the Battle of Agincourt with the soldiers picking up their wounded and dead, while singing "Non Nobis" all in one take. Also, Film/DeadAgain has a techincally challenging continuous circular shot around a table featuring Creator/DerekJacobi hypnotizing Creator/EmmaThompson with Branagh himself as witness, and they all deliver their very best in performance and timing.timing.
* One of Creator/StevenSpielberg's trademarks is to take a relatively simple scene that would normally created by editing together a master shot and various coverage shots by shooting it in a single take (for example, Marion Ravenwood's introduction in ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'') and doing it in a way that the audience doesn't even realize that they just watched an extended sequence. Some people refer to this technique as the "Spielberg Oner".
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