Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………………..3 Plot Segmentatin……………………………………………………………4-7 Sequence Anylysis…………………………………………………………..7-8 Introduction „The Other Boleyn Girl“ is a historical drama based on the novel of Philippa Gregory and tells the tale of romance, intrigues and betrayal of a defining moment in English history. It is set in the 16th century when the two sisters, Anne and Mary Boleyn are driven by their father and uncle to advance the family’s power and status
The scene starts at approximately 2:35 when the screen wipes to the left. We can see an establishing shot of the modern city of Verona Beach. We also see a close up reverse shot on one of the Montague boys (Gregory) as they are cruising in their yellow convertible. The convertible is located and is driving on a highway with the Montague boys wearing beach-like shirts. The set is lit to replicate bright sunshine which allows the viewer to really observe their whereabouts. The colours of their shirts
The next shot records the facial expression of the local sheik, who steals the pocket watch from the old man, with a medium close-up from a slightly low angle. Then, the camera pans to the right a little bit when the villain walks to the back of the seated Sherlock, peeking the detective book. Apparently, the sheik worries that the young man book might discover his evil deed with the aid of the book. Following the sight of the man, the eye line match offers a close-up of the book that reveals
minutes). The scene starts with the medium shot of Thelma and Louise’s face while they are being amazed by The Grand Canyon. Although they had almost fallen off a cliff, their faces were not scared but amazed by the beauty of the Grand Canyon. However, when hearing the helicopter, Louise's emotion changed, the camera closed up to Louise’s face with full of nervousness and surprise and looked at Thelma. The camera tilts up following the helicopter in the next shot, Hal is sitting in the helicopter and
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
that the police have the means to identify him. Shot 1 is a close up of Charlie Newton’s grave face as she sees
shaky hand held shots, specifically in the sequence I analyzed. I understand war movies, and action movies are “allowed” to use shaky hand held shots, but it was shaky the entire sequence, and it wasn’t necessary for certain shots. Along with that, there were a few composition shots but everything else was sloppy and shots were edited terribly. The beginning started outside in the daylight, cloudy day, on what seemed to be a very busy street with honking of cars and a medium shot of a taxi cab.
techniques used in this scene: medium and long shots, warm lighting, diegetic sounds of Mai’s voice overlapped by the non-diegetic sound of orchestra music, and complex camera work that follows along the dance sequences. These film techniques help understand Mai’s character in more depth, set colorful and buoyant atmosphere and put emphasis on the overall themes of the film. After breaking down the scene into individual frames, both medium and medium close-up shots are frequently used to emphasize
The Sixth Sense by Manoj Night Shyamalan Through close analysis of the restaurant scene and the scene where Dr Crowe is in the hose with both Cole and his mother, discuss the techniques used to make the audience believe that Dr Crowe is alive. The Sixth Sense made in 1999, a suspense drama thriller directed by Manoj Night Shyamalan. Dr Malcom Crowe (Bruce Willis) is a child psychologist, one night he and his wife were celebrating his award, for his “recognition
on the door belongs to Mr. Hillard. The extreme close up of the door soon turns into a medium close up of Mr. Hillard’s brother. The shot suggests familiarity because it does not make the audience feel uncomfortable. After greeting each other, an over the shoulder shot is used and the audience can see Mr. Hillard with pleading eyes, asking his brother to make him a woman. The shot quickly shows his brother’s face, in a medium close up. His brother pulls Daniel into a hug with joy.