Shakespeare’s use of the dramatic irony convention helps to create a complicated but interesting plot for both audiences and readers, oftentimes causing audiences to feel anger, disbelieve, or sympathy towards the characters. Throughout the play almost all of the characters made a very crucial mistake, they trusted Iago. Iago’s capability
Mise-en-scene has often used for to achieve realism and audiences have been attracted to fantasy. The setting, décor, props, costume and make-up provide contribution to the overall story narration. Most effective contribution of depth and shadow and lighting are provided. Settings in the White Zombie mainly use in studio and the decoration can shape to the narrative expectation of film. The setting in the film supports to the characterisation and decoration effect to the horror narration.
Patriotism is also a great element because the audience is already rooting for somebody in the film. Patriotism also drives the the plot of the screenplay/film. Violence is also of great importance to a screenplay because it says a lot about the film and the characters. Violence also keeps the audience engaged in the screenplay or film. A film that has any or all of these elements
Directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, David Fincher and Quentin Tarantino made me fall in love with films as a medium to tell a story. All of them possess an ability to present the story of the film in a very specific way that makes their films unique and keep audiences on the edge of their seats, guessing and thinking throughout the whole feature and I find that fascinating. Analysing their methods, what types of shots they choose to use in different situations I try to understand how to present the story in the most thrilling way. Yet cinema is more than storytelling, powerful images are also a hugely important part. Some people might not feel very strongly about the importance of the aesthetic value of the film, but because of my love of visual arts I definitely do.
Baz Luhrmann’s films are known their ability to make a watcher feel as if they are part of the show. Between his use of camera angles, shots and the use of a narrator, it’s no wonder he is able to keep viewers on the edge of their seat. But how does Baz Luhrmann pull off this spectacular feat of his? This is probably explained best by referring to Baz Luhrmann’s films and how he himself has evolved as a director. This is best done by comparing two of his films, namely, Romeo and Juliette and The Great Gatsby.
Thesis: The Film Shutter Island is one of the best suspenseful thrillers, it accomplishes this by employing the literary, dramatic, and cinematic aspects of filming such as symbolism, superb acting, and cinematography, making the film a must see. II. BODY Body Introduction: In Shutter Island, many tools of the cinematic process are used to help convey the message and feeling the film makers envisioned. Those tools include the use of symbolism, superb acting, and the cinematography throughout the movie to illustrate and execute the numerous aspects of a physiological thriller for the movie-viewing audience. Topic Sentence Symbolism: Symbolism in Shutter Island is employed to represent ideas and qualities.
This hubris ultimately brings about Oedipus’ fate, as his assuredness in his own infallibility causes him to recklessly attempt to prove that his judgment is correct. However, this miscalculation leads to the revelation of the prophecy, and brings about both death and grief. Oedipus’ character traits contribute not only to his own suffering, but also to the suffering of his family and his people. Additionally, these traits also perfectly align with classic tenants of an Aristotelian tragedy, making Oedipus the King a model tragic
Moreover, these techniques are used in about every single film by Tim Burton making his audience very distinct and very specific. Through these techniques he also create an entrancing mood which draws all viewers in and creates a clear set of characters that’s easy to follow. If we look in depth at each of the specific cinematic techniques that Tim Burton uses, we will see an even deeper and more powerful use for each individual technique. Each technique elevated the story and mood but in different parts, for example the lighting shows the clear distinction between light and dark in all of his movies. His use of music brings out a feeling in the viewer that cannot be described.
Rushdie’s characters create angst in the psyche of the readers. His works create tension and evoke conflicting emotions in the readers. His assertions on secularism and religion are even more ambivalent. Rushdie’s Mid Night’s Children has an intellectual and intercultural richness. This novel ‘Midnight’s