There are also many scenes where Susie is narrating what’s happening down on Earth. One scene in particular is when Susie is about to get killed. Peter Jackson uses a certain camera angle called panning to show her running in the cornfield trying to chase her piece of paper that’s blowing away in the wind. By using this camera angle, readers can get a sense of what she is running after, what’s in front of her, etc. Viewers can tell in this scene that something bad is about to happen.
The same kind of tone or rhythms can be found in each of the pieces. Abravanel made sure to have the symphony play each note with such precision to create the various imagines of the characters in the story. As each song was played, the characters were vivid in one 's imagination, except for one song the images were clearly defined and easy to follow. Here are some of my personal favorite pieces. The opening scene was one to remember.
The story was fit the timeline very well and created some great tension in the movie, such as when the captain was to be drafted for the German Navy for World War II. It was very exciting seeing events unfold one by one. All-in-all, the movie was very well done. The music was catchy and went along perfectly with the various themes and occurrences in the film, the story line had a good theme and plot, the timeline in which the events took place created drama and excitement for me personally, and the actors and actresses performed astoundingly. I'd have to say that one of my personal favorite parts besides "Edelweiss" was the performance and singing of "Do-Re-Mi."
A third component of editing, the graphic or visual relationship, can be exemplified when looking at the shower scene of Psycho. The graphic relationship of editing is when there are optical resemblances between Shot A and Shot B. For instance graphic relationship can be seen in the concluding shot of Marion in the scene. With the combination of her blood and the shower water spiralling down the drain, it morphs smoothly into an extreme close-up of the inanimate eye of Marion gawking blankly. This just articulates the terror of what just took place in the previous
In the film, Rear Window, the director uses, panning shots, perspective shots, and framing to illustrate being aware to surroundings help the understanding of life. To know about the surrounding events will prevent blindsides that life decides to throw, and so the possible opportunities won't go unnoticed. The use of panning shots from the character's perspective portrays the “big picture” and knowing how all the little pieces fit into the big scheme of life. The perspective shots give a more detailed and personal perspective of what is currently being focused on, and sometimes tunnel visioned occurs where a narrow path restricts the vision of the big picture. Framing also contributes to the focus on the finer details on different aspects of
In the exposition the audience gets acquainted with main characters and the background of the story. The film starts with the city with some buildings in flames of fire. The policeman Albrecht is on the crime scene. Almost lifeless body of a woman is taken away. Little girl talks to a policeman in order to find out whether the woman survives.
A fairytale one. Her video had good intentions to reach out to those feeling less than perfect and is generally a moving piece thanks to its use of pathos, but it has one flaw: It lacks the inclusiveness and realness she likely aimed towards. From an objective standpoint, the plot works well, telling a recognizable underdog-to-winner story from start to finish while keeping the audience interested. The opening sex scene is graphic enough to raise eyebrows, but it is the look of discomfort from the woman when the couple finished that raises questions. Now
While high angle gives us an overview of a scene and also makes us perceive the character as lonely and having a lack of power. The most common camera angle is a normal eye level. This is most common because the camera angle does not perceive anything about the character. An example from the film Casablanca using camera angles is when Victor and Ilsa are asked to come to the Captain Renaults office in the morning. The scene starts off with the camera viewing into Renault’s office through some bars at a high angle.
This essay will be primarily focusing on editing with the discussion of camerawork where relevant. In the film Singin’ in the Rain, there is a very simple use of editing, as well as an intentional lack of editing in some scenes. This is because the film involves an abundance of dancing characters who are not only performing as actors, but as dancers. Due to this, many wideshots are used in order for the audience to be able to see the actors in the film dancing. There are a lack of jump cuts because this sort of editing is not required to be used in order to create an effect or sense of pace for the audience in the same way the film Psycho does, in fact, there is no need for the audience to have a sense of pace in order to create suspense as the film is not intended to make the audience feel excited for what is about to come, but rather to show what life is like as a hollywood actor.