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    What's at Stake in The Graduate

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    What's at Stake in The Graduate Every time somebody rents a video or watches a movie on television there is always that little blurb right before they begin viewing about the picture being formatted for the screen. Usually, it is ignored or merely taken as a cue that the film is about to start. That little forewarning actually holds a lot of significance, for when one views a movie in its original, wide screen version, a whole new world opens up. When a movie is altered from its initial state

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    An Mei And Rose Analysis

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    only An-mei’s newfound clarity but also her independence. This was given to her by her mom’s death. The use of the word “crushing” means to violently subdue, which can be assumed to represent her rebellion against being apathetic in her life. Zoom Out: An-mei’s mother is treated as though she has no value at all, for example, she has no identity, not even being given a name. An-mei’s mother is powerless, she is forced into a marriage as a result of manipulation. To inspire a change in An-mei

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    Ruggero Deodato’s 1980 Cannibal Holocaust is arguably the most controversial film to date. The film’s plot consists of two distinct stories that are continually presented differently than their actual timeline; however, directly influence each other. The movie follows the demise of four ruthless documentary filmmakers: Alan Yates, Faye Daniels, Jack Anders and Mark Tomaso, as they adventure into the Amazon Rainforest in order to capture footage of primitive cannibal tribes. As the audience finds

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    camera zooms in on things the director may want the audience to notice. For example, the trees which also serve an importance in the film are zoomed into, mainly the 500-year-old tree. Remarkably, the camera focuses on the tree during Alberto’s death scene, because Alberto’s failing health serve as an indicator of the Jewish community in Ferrara, Italy. Not to mention, the scene where the camera zooms in Alberto 's hand, to reveal his illness early in the film. On another note, the camera zooms in Micol’s

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    Ways of Seeing by John Berger was originally a television series on BBC that later was made into a book of the same name. It focuses on how we view and interpret art. More specifically, in the first episode, it focuses on paintings and how different one can interpret the specific painting based on many circumstances. The way our outlook on paintings and art changes depending on many things; one of them being where and how we look and see a reproduction of a specific painting. With the invention

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    the problem of racism. After the ringing stops, we start reframing in, and zooming out slowly, seeing more of Senor Love Daddy and the microphone. There is hard lighting present in the scene. The entire shot has a reddish color to it. A slow zoom and the reddish color are used to show the viewer how hot the setting of the movie is. The color also reflects tension, conflict, anger, and frustration, things that are not being expressed in the film yet. As we are zooming out, Senor Love

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    and I think if this scene was filmed in the day it would be a lot less atmospheric. The first shot starts of with a long distance aerial shot straight down at the sea, at this point the sea looks almost black and menacing, the camera slowly zooms in until a large sailing boat is visible, there is very similar music to the jaws film with a repetitive sequence played repeatedly, this gives a feeling of uneasiness. The shot then skips past the boat and has an underwater shot looking up at

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    Advertisers' Techniques of Aiming Products at Certain Audiences The audiences mainly targeted are: Little children ,Teenagers, Ambitious men, Adult women, Couples, Prosperous older women.Advertisements are used to increase the sale of a product and so choosing the right time to show a commercial is vital. A company won't show an advert

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    Throughout the sequence, the quick cuts are used which contrast to the slow close-up zoom in on Kujan's face. These slow zoom shots are centered on Kujan's eyes creating more tension. Then, the mid-shot of a figure from the front is hidden by smoke, firing a gun. The smoke is perhaps symbolic or metaphorical of a sense of disguise, as Keyzer Soze is not

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    He uses many of the cinematic techniques to establish moods and tones. The moods and tones of his movies are dark and sometimes interesting because of his experience and influence from Walt Disney and Dr.Seuss. Tim Burton uses lighting, sound and zoom to establish his own unique gothic style. Lighting is one of the most important cinematic technique Burton use to create different types of mood. He uses couple types of lighting such as high key lighting, low key lighting and also the side lighting

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