Edward Scissorhands Film Style Analysis

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Tim Burton is Lighting style during the film known as Edward Scissorhands is mostly a Low key approach to make it feel ominous and suspenseful. In the film’s, beginning we start with a with Low Key lighting while moving rapidly up the “haunted mansion” where the Body Tim Burton is Lighting style during the film known as Edward Scissorhands is mostly a Low key approach to make it feel ominous and suspenseful. In the film’s, beginning we start with a with Low Key lighting while moving rapidly up the “haunted mansion” where the protagonist lies, Edward and the fast pace makes it feel ominous. In that part of the film the suspense creates fright because of the the pace it’s moving and the dark lighting while swapping camera angles creating …show more content…
it feel ominous. In that part of the film the suspense creates fright because of the the pace it’s moving and the dark lighting while exchanging camera angles creating spine-chilling action. That isn’t the only Lighting in the film there is also high key when Page, which is a mother figure to the protagonist adopts that role for Edward things get brighter. They do this to show things are going to are getting better for Edward and he finally has a family which is great. A good amount of the lighting is focused on the faces of the interactions the protagonist has and his hand because their scissors obviously. The beginning has a flash it mysterious and in the middle it starts to go high key but doesn't completely flash in your eyes and in the climax it goes even too lower Lighting because of a dramatic scene and in the end it a low and high key hybrid cause of the main character's action which was sad but he helped out everyone in the end so that’s how the lighting affected the

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