List your favorite scenes for their cinematography. If you can post photos, even better. These are the first that come to my head:
-Casino - DeNiro at the window when Sharon Stone pulls up. It's shot from behind him but when the headlights hit his face, you see his reflection on the glass for a split second. So simple, but so original and profound.
-The Conformist - when Marcello visits his old Professor and talks about Plato's metaphor of the cave. There's so much subtext to begin with, but the way in which Storraro shoots this scene to mimic this principle is the perfect synthesis of story and visuals.
-All The President's Men - The crane up overhead shot of Woodward and Bernstein in the library. The higher it goes, the more it emphasizes the web they've walked into.
-Road to Perdition - the reflection at the end (trying to avoid spoiler...)