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    In Time Mise En Scene

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    expresses the capitalistic society through the movie by setting that money is currency. In this scene, the timekeeper Raymond Leon arrests Will Salas and takes back all of his time that he received from Henry Hamilton for a gift. After losing his time just left with 2 hours, he ran away with a hostage which is Sylvia Weiss. In this interrogation scene, the power of a system and ignorant society was shown with a high angle, low angle and wide shot for cinematography, costume for mise-en-scene and facial expression. In the interrogation scene, Niccol uses cinematography as well as mise-en-scene to show that the power of the system is more powerful than justice. Niccol uses high angle shot and low…

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    then start to embark in a game of golf to hit Niedermeyer and the horse he’s mounted on (19:44-22:21). In which Landis uses the film techniques, a low-angle…

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    Breakfast Club Themes

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    clearly to audiences. Throughout the film, each character is faced with different pressures from the people around them. Brian, nicknamed ‘The Brain’, is shown to deal mostly with pressure from his parents to succeed in his schooling. In the first scene that Brian appears he is shown being lectured by his mother, the camera uses a close up shot…

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    camera then switches into a close up shot of the doll, allowing the audience to understand the underlying meaning; Sarah-Jane’s dissent towards her own racial identity. Furthermore, this close up on the abandoned black doll foreshadows the numerous fleeing Sarah-Jane will attempt in order to leave her racial identity behind and “defend herself against...the world’s terrorism.” (Imitation of Life: On the Films of Douglas Sirk pg 89) Additional to this incident is the scene where Sarah-Jane is…

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    member of the group takes a liking to it while the rest converse in the cabin. The member of the group fiddling with the book will be reffered to as glasses. A low angle shot from behind glasses makes him almost look like his looming over the book as if he is sinister. The lighting is about the same as we have been seeing up until this point but still leaves that erie look as if its always 7am and the fog hasn't cleared. The camera slowly makes its way closer towards glasses keeping the low…

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    Philip’s "The Colour of Beauty" effectively highlights the systematic racism running rampant throughout the Fashion Industry. Through the utilization of emotional appeal, logical reasoning, and credibility, St. Philips was effective in her persuasion that racism is a blatant problem in the system. Emotional appeal was exhibited through camera angles, which allowed the audience to get to know the subject of the piece intimately. Logical reasoning was effective in emphasizing the effects of racism…

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    Citizen Kane is one of the main movies as to its filmmaking impacts. Director Orson Welles and Cinematographer Gregg Toland were massively inventive in use of camera shots, angles, and lights. Moreover, they utilize the narrative and Dramatic elements in a creative way, describing a story of one individual in many ways. All in all, Citizen Kane opened interesting platform in the filmmaking and techniques. Charles Foster Kane was a man who had everything in his life. But, the one thing he needed…

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    Citizen Kane

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    The position of the camera lens determines how and what the audience sees. The camera angle in a few scenes establishes Kane as a man of distinguished power. For example, low angled shots aiming up toward Kane give him the appearance of being much larger than he actually is. Typically size is synonymous with power; the big power over the small. Additionally, in multiple shots when Kane is in conversation with someone that camera is in a higher location aiming down. It gives the illusion of the…

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    Gladiator Movie Analysis

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    The movie Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott, tells the story of general Maximus (played by Russell Crowe) that stands against crazy Emperor (played by Joaquiem Phoenix) is considered to be one of the best historical movies in modern history. However, as it goes in historic movies, Gladiator is showing the audience the popular recitation period and masks the real perception and the real course of government. It is true that most of the changes made in the movie could only strengthen the…

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    The movie, “Groundhog Day” is a successful 1993 American film that captures the interests, mind and heart of its viewers because of its astonishing, innovative, and unique storyline, and in which this requires clear mind when watching in order for it to decode and unfold its purpose and in order for it to discover how great it is. This was directed by Harold Ramis and written by Ramis himself and Danny Rubin, based on a story by Rubin .It was starring by Bill Murray, Andie Macdowell and Chris…

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