Secondly, Ethan Hawke and Kenneth Branagh used different choices of music and visuals that were equally effective in creating the ambiance the directors wished to obtain. As well, both movie versions created characters that tried to influence an audience; but, Ethan Hawke’s version introduced its main character so effectively that an audience was captivated by him. These two movie versions had some similarities, but Ethan Hawke’s different style produced a more appealing film. In the end, it was interesting to view the ways in which a director can try to make an old story more appealing to a modern day audience.
It is the ability of the audience to identify with the central characters of a film that keeps them watching. The use of the imagination or a simple wish to be exposed to other possibilities are the fundamental reasons for entertainment. The criticisms being aroused by those who are opposed to the way in which crime is occasional depicted, believe that real life and the stories told by films are becoming increasingly similar. The criticism can be justified in some respects but by justifying these criticisms there is an implied ignorance for the individual intelligence of the general population . Bibliography David Bordwell, Kristin Thomson, Film Art an introduction: McGraw- -Hill,Inc.
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This would suggest that diegetic music is processed on the conscious level while nondiegetic music might remain on the subconscious level (Gorbman, 75). Although many people might be unaware of these two types of sounds while screening a film, it effects their reactions, interpretations, and moods significantly. The role of music in a motion picture is in direct relation to the level of ambiguity in a particular visual scene. The more ambiguous a scene is, the more filmmakers rely on their composers to develop a musical score that interprets the meaning of the scene for their audience. Therefore, music provides a cue for the listener to tell... ... middle of paper ... ...t in a film and exactly how they felt in that moment.
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Therefore, not only did he demonstrate that editing is the essence of cinema, but that its application in a certain manner has the ability to change history. In order to illustrate the potency and effect of editing in film, Tarantino’s indie hit Pulp Fiction (1994) will serve this purpose by analysing its non-linear structure and subversive genre rule bending. If for Eisenstein, art is always conflict, and his montage is supposed to intellectually and emotionally challenge viewers through metaphors, Tarantino merely uses editing to play with narrative freedoms and excite stylistically. “Although the “marginality” of US independent cinema has economic and other industrial causes and effects, it is also seen as arising from the differences that mark the independent product from the mainstream product [...] working with more daring and or controversial subject matter, very often marked by distinctive styles of camerawork, editing or narrative organisation.” (Hillier, 2006, p. 248) It is important to note ... ... middle of paper ... ...Piatkus: London • Dancynger, K. (2011) The Technique of Film and Video Editing Focal Press: Oxford, 5th edn. • Dillon, S. (2006) The Solaris Effect – Art and Artifice in Contemporary American Film University of Texas: Austin • Enzensberger, M. (1972) Dziga Vertov in “Screen” (1972) 13 (4): pp.
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