Tim Burton's Film Techniques Used In Edward Scissorhands

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Tim Burton’s film style essay In Tim Burton’s films, he uses various techniques to demonstrate different moods and tones. Tim Burton’s films include Edward Scissorhands, a drama film where a scientist dies before he can finish building Edward, leaving him with a freakish appearance by the scissor blades that the scientist has replaced hands for, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a adventure film where a small group of contest winners get to tour the magical Wonka factory and get a lifetime supply of chocolates, candies, and sweets. In the films mentioned before Tim Burton uses low-key and high-key lighting to create a gloomy and bright effect, and a long shot to create the distance of how far you are away from an object or a place. In
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