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  • Shots Of Billie
    912 words
    Buffalo '66, a movie directed and written by Vincent Gallo starts with a baby picture of Billie Brown (played by Vincent Gallo himself), and then goes into shots of Billie getting out of prison. Billie the fresh free man is looking for a bathroom but has no luck in finding one. The shots used in the scenes where he's on the search for a bathroom are some handy shots (a bit shaky), they cut in the middle and they are also shot from above this is, in my opinion to emphasize on the situation Billie...
  • Senor Love Daddy And The First Scene
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    The first scene begins with a close up shot of Senor Love Daddy's mouth, the top of a microphone, and an alarm clock. The alarm clock, being used as a prop, is making a very loud, annoying, ringing sound. This is done in order to get the viewers attention to the problem of racism. After the ringing stops, we start re framing in, and zooming out slowly, seeing more of Senor Love Daddy and the microphone. There is hard lighting present in the scene. The entire shot has a reddish color to it. A slo...
  • Full Shot Of Devlin And Alicia
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    The 3rd Major Scene in Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious 1. The scene begins by fading in on the back of the silent man's head (Cary Grant) in Alicia's bungalow. Then the camera zooms out while sweeping right to give the first full shot and view of both of the main characters. They are shown seated at a table, with many empty bottles of liquor and glasses. 2. Then a tight reverse over the shoulder shot of Devlin's face (Cary Grant) is next. Devlin then proclaims: "There's one more drink left apiece. ...
  • Shot With Sal And Radio Raheem
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    People watch movies for their entertainment and satisfaction. Well, it takes a lot of work behind the camera to satisfy the viewers. Most of the work is noticeable on screen by the viewers. There is a lot of work that's not perceived on screen but plays a major part in a successful film. Some of these works include the setting, camera angles, mise-en scene, editing, sound, etc. Although the audience on screen can't see Editing and Sound, yet these two components are very critical to each scene o...
  • Medium Shot Of Jack
    858 words
    In Depalma's thriller Blowout Jack Terry is a folly artist that happens to witness the accidental assassination of Governor McRyan. Not only does he see the whole thing unfold, but also he has the sound of the entire accident on tape. After analysis Jack not only got the sound of the trees which he was looking for, but he got the recording of the gun shot that starts the conspiracy that not only was the death of the Governor not accidental, it was set up by a third party present at the scene. Th...
  • Apparent In Rose's Smile And Eyes
    697 words
    In this scene, Jack takes Rose up to the bow of the Titanic to show her how to "fly". They step up on the railings, and take the risk of falling. There is a parallel between this 'risk' and the risk they are taking by 'falling' in love. They are from two different worlds and are not deemed by society, suitable for each other. The main obstacle, insofar as society sees, is that Jack is from a much lower class and would never be able to support Rose. The metaphor in this scene is quite apparent: J...

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