Shawshank Redemption Film Analysis Essay

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The Shawshank Redemption came out in 1994 with the cast that includes Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins. The Director and Screenwriter is Frank Darabont and the author inspiration was from Steven King. Awards given Morgan Freeman Best Actor and Frank Darabont who received the Best Adapted Screenplay award, the Studio Crystal Heart Award, and Best Foreign Language Film, and Feature Film Category, Literary Award Screenplay, USC Scripter Award Stephen King (author) Frank Darabont (screenwriter). The Shawshank Redemption has many great scenes that make it great but when Andy Dufresne escapes is when most of the movie elements and emotions come into play.
This scene represents the rule of thirds by having the cell shadows are on the
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This scene shows deep space composition by having the back wall is the background and the actor and tunnel is the middle ground. Staging pipe, rock, and a bundle of escape materials. The Acting done in the frame is Andy Dufresne realizes that all of his hard work has finally paid off and he can escape. The setting is The Ohio State Reformatory at night. Maintenance tunnel. The Camera is Eye level with a far distance while moving toward the ground. It is also on the right of the actor. The Lighting in the scene is harsh flashing lights going from the darkness of shadows and the natural The Lighting is of electric blue of lightning. The editing in the scene is just a quick cut. The Sound that is playing in the scene is thunder and the Sound of his…show more content…
The movie Elements are kind of unique by pulling the darkness and tension from horror movies and the calm and funny blend of family comedies. The new elements give a whole new spin on crime movies showing life in prison instead of the capturing of the criminal. While watching the movie I experienced Awe and hope. That was because though it is easy to give up and lose you can stand up, fight against the odds, and win. What I Learned was what life almost was like in prison and if why is hope so important. By watching the movie I have a better understanding of
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