Does Tim Burton Use High Low Angles In Edward Scissorhands

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Tim Burton also uses high/low angles in order to show characteristics of the characters, seen in Alice in Wonderland and, Edward Scissorhands. For example in Alice in Wonderland when Alice is fighting the dragon on the castle staircase, high/low angles are used to make Alice seem very weak with a high angle while making the dragon seem very powerful with a low angle. High/low angles were used in order to emphasize the difference between Alice and the dragon. Similarly in the film Edward Scissorhands, while in Edwards mansion, Tim bursts in the room and shoots Edwards, standing over him, high/low angles were used to reveal personalities and characteristics of the characters. It is seen that Edward is innocent, scared and not a killer with
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