I propose that one such new aesthetic will be an appreciation of the power and nuance of a well-placed "reflection map". Consider how pointless it would be to try and appreciate a movie like Gravity (2013) without deconstructing its reflection maps that underlie its mere surface reality.
For those of you who are not familiar with the terminology of the new cinema, let us review the basis and origins of the "reflectance map".
That is right, in all four examples below, the maps (reflection, projection, etc) are all analog, which obviously could not be as good as digital, that goes without saying, but has value nevertheless.
2. Rumble Fish also used projected time-lapse photography which is another example of the use of reflections for narrative purpose.
3. Story has become the victim of the new economy. By economizing on a writer, the total film budget may be lowered by many thousands of dollars. This allows them to spend more on what is important, to bring value to the film, such as more visual effects.
4. Yes, death is portrayed as a woman in this film. I do not know what the gender issues are, but they must exist.