"Locations have the ability to define the momentum of movies. They can be both advantageous and disadvantageous; the way the director and crew use a location available to them completely shapes the nature of a film. That is the reason why specific spots have to be chosen carefully with just enough scrupulosity and sense of style in relation to the essence of the screenplay.
Sometimes filmmakers try to achieve a very specific tone, attitude, and mood that make them unable to drift back and forth in various locations. That is when they decide to create very clearly defined, overly distinctive sets and completely let them take over the spirit of their films.
Single-location films always tend to be much more dialogue-driven than ones with many filming spots; these kinds of films limit a viewer's mind only to reflect on the images and voices introduced in front of them."