Film Analysis: The Man With A Movie
Man with a Movie camera, which is sometimes called The Man with a Movie Camera, A Man with a Movie Camera, is a Soviet silent documentary film. It is directed by Dzinga Vertov and is edited by Elizaveta Svilova, his wife. The film does not have any actors and presents urban life in Soviet cities. The documentary is set from dawn to sunset and show Soviet citizens at play and work, as well as interacting with the machinery of modern life. This movie is mainly about various film editing techniques as well as the various processes that are required to make a film.
The Man with a Movie camera uses a wide variety of camera angles as well as editing techniques. This demonstrates the movies abilities and techniques that have been developed and explored in the year 1929. A very important aspect of this film is the ways that the scenes progress as well as the …show more content…
This is where the collision of two factors rises to an idea. A conflict of two rather similar, but not completely the same, things that help enhance the message and induce thought to a viewer of a particular film. In the film The Man with a Movie Camera, an example of collision editing would be a woman who’s just waking up, starts to wash her face. The film then cuts to high-pressure water cleaning off a pole. These two scenes match in the way that they both include water and cleaning. The scenes differ in a way that would elicit thought into the viewer into a style of Eisenstein favours and