Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? What would happen? Photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto took long-exposure photographs of cinema screens for the entire duration of a movie, resulting in a blank white screen. 'Different movies give different brightnesses,' he said. 'If it's an optimistic story, I usually end up with a bright screen; if it's a sad story, it's a dark screen. Occult movie? Very dark.'