Editing can make or break a film. In Terry Zwigoff's film Ghost World, it does both, as attention to detail and sometimes lack there of, both strengthens and weakens the film as a whole. One of Ghost World's greatest accomplishments in editing is the use of continuous motion both within and between scenes. The film begins using this technique with a scene of the main character Enid, dancing along with a woman who is performing on her television. The camera cuts back and forth between the television and Enid, Enid picking where the dancer on TV left off.
Finally, they are vomiting, a lot. Almost everywhere on their body is burning up, except for their tails and feet! I hope they can find an elixir to save them,” Alice recited. “Oh my goodness,” Nico said, “Well, this morning, when I was out for my walk around, I found a vial of fluorescent green liquid beside the elephants.” “It very well might just be a coincidence, Nico. Right now, we have a veterinarian checking the elephants out.
The lack of explanation regarding exactly what the government secrets are definitely leaves a lot of room for imagination. While some might think that this was a gap in Hitchcock’s story it allows audiences a chance to be more involved in the narrative. They are allowed to fill in the gaps and determine how sinister the secrets are, while considering the lengths the characters have gone to procure or protect them. Once again, Hitchcock does a wonderful job of drawing the audience directly into the scene as a dynamic player.
I think he’s tired of hearing Tchaikovsky.” “I’ve never heard it before.” Timmy tiled his head. “Could you play it for me?” “Sure!” Oliver wagged his tail at the thought of having an audience. “Follow me to the piano room.” “Leave the door open,” said Mrs. Dingle-Mouse, “so we can listen to the music. Mr. Dingle-Mouse moaned. After a few songs, the little Knoll-Mice came out of the room lead by Brianna and Timmy, Oliver came behind.
Shakespeare has given thought to the position of act 1 scene 5; he c... ... middle of paper ... ...acle and creates dramatic irony. This helps the audience feel involved as they have information the characters don't and it creates suspense as we wait for the characters to find out what we already know. Shakespeare creates tension and suspense throughout the whole play. This means we are constantly gripped and there is always something happening. This is helped by the fast moving plot which Shakespeare conscientiously created.
Mise-en-scene includes everything that appears in front of the camera. The director generally controls these elements. The mise-en-scene affects if the audience perceives the degree of realism or fantasy in the film. Broken Blossoms clearly aims for realism, however, the actors needed a more expressive style in order to portray their characters without sound. The initial interaction between Lucy and Cheng Huan at the store creates an interesting dynamic of uneven attraction.
As humans we often want to satisfy our curiosity whether the outcome is good or bad. We love to be shocked because it gives us a sense of adrenaline. So when we watch horror films, we have the opportunity to face our fears. However, since we are aware that these films are completely fictional we don’t have to face anything in reality. It then becomes a sense of mind over matter.
Because of this I thought about the specific styles that would influence my work very carefully. In dance and sport, films that exhibit athleticism on screen the audience experiences embodiment of some kind that occurs due to the lack of touch (between screen and viewer), the spectator must fill in the gaps (Rutherford, 235). I considered what genres or stylistic choices, could encourage embodiment in some form or another and therefore empathy in the audience. The decision to manifest feeling as a real being was key, but as part of this I thought it necessary to include elements of body horror - physical empathy for a characters position. Seeing a character move in a particular way, whether that be through dance, or sport, or injury creates empathy because of the familiriality it has to our own bodies.
This is because sensory experience can only recognize the properties of the wax. Sensory experience cannot formulate the conclusion that wax is a constant only because of the location as well as being extendable, flexible, and changeable. In addition it is evident that the liquid version of the wax expands and not a fixed shape. Therefore empiricist claim is unsound because in order to gain knowledge other than the properties of each state of wax, rationalism is essential to provide insight into the reasoning behind the change of the properties of the wax. This is why rationalism is crucial in order to understand the wax
She is the leader of the circus elephants such as Catty, Giddy, and Prissy. These elephants make fun of Dumbo because of his ears throughout the film. When Mrs. Jumbo is put into solitary confinement, the Matriarch and Catty blame Dumbo for her actions and ignore his presence, causing him to feel alone. Timothy Q. Mouse sees how the elephants are being rude to Dumbo and frightens the elephants.