The fifth episode of the Book of Boba Fett is my favorite, and one I keep re-watching, mostly for the continuous shot that starts at the 7:04 mark, and lasts until 9:21.
After some gorgeous shots of the ring world of Glavis, we seen Mando walking to the elevator to deliver the bounty.
This interaction says everything, without a single word being said.
The camera goes in motion to Mando’s right, and goes around the entire table. I’ve watched this several times, and it’s fun watching all the subtle movements and reactions that each person sitting around the table has.
See? The camera continued around the table to Mando’s left side, and will follow him out of the club.
The music fades, and we’re left with Mando struggling with his hurt leg.
Mando gets off the elevator, and he walks by the camera and out of frame, ending the continuous shot at the 9:21 mark, cutting to another camera angle.
I haven’t noticed any of the big episode “wrap up” articles making note of this, but I did find a small thread on Reddit talking about.
“Before he 1st goes into the elevator, the shot begins with Mando walking out from behind a arched pillar on his right & a low concrete ledge on his left leading up to the elevator. Those same set pieces are shown in the same spots each floor he enters/exits the elevator from. The CG backdrop & possibly the slight change in lighting are the only things that changes to give the impression that he is ascending & descending levels,” via Reddit
So yeah, I love it so much.