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    country’s calcified and rudimentary mind. Trapped in the midst of the security of his bourgeois lifestyle, the Cuban revolution and his sexual dilemma, the film extracts this vehemence, through the compound use of over the shoulder shots, medium close ups and cuts and the positioning of the Sergio and Elena in the mise en scene and the landscape of the film. The relationship between the two characters is first flamboyantly introduced to the audience, with the incorporation of the title “Elena” on

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    Up Close and Personal the Movie The "Movie Up Close and Personal," is a modern-day story about a young reporter, Tally Atwater (Michelle Pfeiffer), who is determined to make a place for herself in the broadcasting field as a news reporter. At a Miami, Florida based station, where she is given her first chance at making it, Atwater meets Warren Justice (Robert Redford), a well known reporter who has irritated some important people in his career. Justice shows Atwater the ropes of becoming a successful

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    Speeding up the close

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    “Speeding up the close” The article I choose to review is “Speeding up the close” by Gaye van den Hombergh and Laurie Streling from the magazine Financial Executive June 2004 issue. Companies with a 12-month accounting period otherwise known as a fiscal year are coming up with alternative ways to reduce time and speed up the process to meet the impending 60-day deadline. This article discusses fiscal year and the abilities of companies to close the books quickly to access real-time financial results

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    The Simpsons Up Close and Personal There is a fine line that exists in TV land that had never been crossed until The Simpsons graced the television sets of over one million Americans. This sitcom has become one of the most popular television programs in America. Is it because The Simpsons is a cartoon? My answer is yes! This show is able to sneak through the wormholes of TV land because it is a cartoon. People are overlooking the underlying issues conveyed through the characters because it’s only

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    Theory Of Montage

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    There is a disconnection within this scene, as the mother runs up toward her son in the direction toward the soldiers the shot cut and she changes direction now walking down to pick up her son. The second example of this montage is the sequence of the baby carridge is the close up shot of the Cossacks guns being fired, to the close up of the mothers face showing the viewers she has been shot which are juxtaposed against the close up of the wheels of the pram. The juxtapostion of these 3 scenes

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    Contrasting Themes in “Blue Velvet” The subconscious psyche is one of the most fascinating and almost completely inexplicable aspects of human behavior. Even more intriguing than merely the subconscious is the notion of a darker, more repressed side that many individuals refuse to acknowledge exists within them. In David Lynch’s film “Blue Velvet,” the director attempts to explore the psyche of a young man named Jeffrey Beaumont, most notably the clash between his darker side and “good” side

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    map of California that Faye previously gave him, the camera shows a close up of the map. This close up reveals that the Cop has kept the map thinking about Faye, which makes Faye feel touched and respond to him. The camera takes high angles at the Cop’s perspective and then low angles at Faye’s stand. These shots make audiences view Faye to be shy and cute and focus on Cop’s gaze toward Faye with love. The scene ends with a close up of the audio, which played the theme song, California dreaming, at

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    times of distress and panic. One example of this is when Gilbert wakes up with Becky in the field and he realizes he needs to go home and fix the damage that he has done to his family. Another example of this technique is when Mama Grape dies and Arnie finds her. She is shot at an oblique angle, which emulates the distress that Arnie then feels for the loss of his mother. One other varying technique is when he shows Arnie up in the tree. He is shot from below, putting him in somewhat of a power position

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    during the opening titles of The Others, Amenabar chose to use Sepia as the colour to his small yet disturbing animation. This has a good effect because we all associate evil and horror with dark and plain colours, furthermore he goes on to use close-up shots of cartoon boys and girls screaming, and headless angels which are connotations of iconography for the horror genre, zooming in on them as soon as they come in shot giving the audience an eerie feeling that something has happened to these

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    headmaster talking about him which in turn makes the viewers feel in sympathy for him. When Derek and his father leave the school, Derek is in front of the big door which makes him look small and insignificant. Derek and his sister Iris have a very close relationship. They both dance together and talk together. Iris is not only sister to Derek but acts as a mother to Derek as well. This shows us that Derek is a calm and loving person and does not look like a law offender. Derek loves the song

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