When one watches a movie, the experience is not life changing no matter how thrilling the experience was. It is not engraved into the brain as it is only a temporary adrenaline rush. When watching a movie, one feels as though one is watching the story from outside and not truly experiencing it through the main character. In addition, movies are often two hours long. If a movie was based on a book, which it often is, there would not be enough time to include minor details.
VII. Cinematic Device and Effects 1. Identify one example of each of the following shots and describe how the shot affected the presentation of the story told by the film: close-up, medium shot, long shot. -This is one example of close-up shot that is used in the film, the scene that the main character of the film is looking at herself at the mirror and think about what she gonna do to her life, it affects the presentation of the film because in close-up shot they only focus on one person or object that is important and the surroundings was blur. For medium shot there is a scene that the main character is practicing how to throw a knife, the medium shot affected the film in a way that we can see the whole scenario on the film but limited person
The entertainment industry ignores real problems and puts on a façade for the sole purpose of keeping audiences entertained, rather than creating meaningful art that address real problems in the world. Rather than deal with the problem of the rain, the audience is told to just pretend it does not exist and be joyful instead, even if
Therefore it wasn 't possible for them to get captured while jumping, making fast movements, or any movements at all. To prevent people from dropping their head or moving their arms or bodies while the exposure lasted, they got mostly seated and their hands or arms were placed in a comfortable easy to hold position. For their heads, photographers used self-constructed clamps and holders to place behind the head to hold it in the desired position. In images of the late 19th century you can see more often people standing in postures which are more playful and light due to the improved light sensitivity.
Like some ghosts, Tony does not express that much emotion as he complies without getting frustrated at whatever Durante says. Like some types of ghosts, they are very anonymous as Tony does everything Durante says and does not bring up conversations but answers questions. This makes Tony anonymous as he is not very talkative. A ghost would rarely be spotted as they are only noticed when they want to achieve something. A ghost and Tony from “Wine on the Desert” are also very smart although they don’t display this often.
There is a long break in which we don’t sense any insanity from Hamlet, this is due to the fact that he has no need to assume his disguise. When we find Hamlet with the players, he is giving them directions for the play. With the players, Hamlet acts normal and of sound mind because the players are not likely to betray him, they don’t have the opportunity or the wish to do so. Also, when Horatio comes into the room at this time, Hamlet is as good as
Discontinuity, on the other hand, is very straightforward in this film because the established shots are not joined together in a fluid and smooth manner. A prime example of discontinuity in “Holding On” is when the film transitioned from a shot of the man sleeping to a shot of two white horses galloping in a field. This method is not technically a soviet montage because the shots were not rapid, but it does present the audience with two shots that seem to have nothing in common. The discontinuity that is being used in this film is ultimately conveying a hidden message. In Sherlock Jr. there is more of a thin line when it comes to the continuity and discontinuity.
They didn't even care about going to the party uninvited it didn’t hurt their self-respect simply because they were careless people. The imagery in the “The Great Gatsby” also portrayed love. In one scene “he adjusted himself a little visibly. His hand took hold of hers, and as she said something low in his ear he turned toward her with a rush of emotion. I think that voice held him most, with its fluctuating, feverish warmth, because it couldn’t be over- dreamed.”(Fitzgerald pg.96) During this scene the level of love that Gatsby is feeling is unexplainable.
The major difference is that there is no direct competition or immediate consequences. In the play, people are killed and the effects are immediate, but in the simulation, I was not harmed at all in any way, so I didn’t try my best. Another difference is that there were external influences that restricted our simulation. Halfway through the game, Mr. Carrol stepped in, announcing that there should be no stealing, while many of the students were already stealing. This decreased the devotion of evilness during the simulation, which differentiates itself from the play because in the play, there is no limitation of evilness.
In the film industry, the job of the production manager is extremely because they are used and understood in the motion picture industry. They could be assigned to work concurrently on one or more productions. In details, some things that a production manager could be doing are prepare shooting schedule, prepare the budget, assist in the preparation of the production to insure continuing efficiency etc. Also, the productions manager’s job is not one of artistic creativity. The “PM is not involved in the process of screenwriting, has no influence on the choice of actors, and does not make directing decisions”.