Appeals to pathos by the calm before the storm kind of way of explaining the winds.
All of the characters presented in the movie have a distinct personality, making the viewer engage deeply in the heart pumping action and drama.
shock, and also to tell part of the story that could only be achieved in this way. I
The tone is consistently light-hearted. Good visual and physical comedy is used, as well as some fun dialogue. There are solid themes about grieving, healing, learning to survive on one’s own, and respect.
feeling. Now the reader knows what to do to get rid of the clutter in his
This movie had effective scenes that went along the storyline. The scenes were successful at showing the importance of every scene by making it powerful. It made it powerful by giving the scenes different types of emotion that went along at what it was supposed to give. If it was a joyous scene then they would make the music cheerful and the light would give an gleeful type of feeling. Even when George was staring out of the box cart, you saw different types of emotion that affected the scene of the storyline in a valuable
role in the emotions and interpretations of the reader and impact the effectiveness of the short
of eager anticipation in the reader to know and be relieved of the bewilderment that the
One of the most important components in the movie is aesthetic. The reason is aesthetic that can create atmosphere and mood. Especially, one of the most famous Hong Kong director Wong Kar Wai, who direct In the mood for Love (2000) put many elements in Aesthetic such as mise en scene, sounds, editing and the cinematography. Aesthetic is an essential factor to construct a character, and create mood. Especially Wong Kar Wai has unique aesthetic to elicit emotion. “” Those components can bring audiences into the movie. In this essay, I will argue that the subject of heartrending but romantic narrative has been depicted through the four components which are mise en scene, cinematography, editing and sound. This will be done by analyzing every scene, followed by analyzing each element of the film aesthetic.