This kind of stuff always seems a little bullshitty to me—you can fit just about anything inside a golden spiral if you size the spiral right, and, in this case, the "rule of thirds" seems to be code for "Paul Thomas Anderson likes to center his shots"—but Ali Shirazi's video dissecting parts of There Will Be Blood is still fairly interesting. If nothing else, by overlaying shapes over Anderson's shots, Shirazi draws more attention to how they were framed; whether or not you think it all fits into a grand (or subconscious) design probably depends on how much you enjoy taking something that works on a visceral level and cramming it into an intellectual framework.

Via io9.