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The Crimes of Dr. Mabuse In the film, The Crimes of Dr. Mabuse, there were several transitions to different scenes that were at points out of place, but also fit certain moods. Close up, medium, and distance shots were important to this movie, because of what it did to portray the emotion of the characters and the simple atmosphere of the scene. Sound played a large role in this film as it added to the atmosphere of this dark thriller. In this aspect, the picture and sound played together to generate the multiple unique transitions that were used in this film. An interesting transition that caught my attention was the scene of the ex-cop, Thomas Kent, and the woman, Lilli, trapped in the house of where a bomb was planted. With the bomb’s timer ticking down, they struggled to find a way out, and with this the camera shows many close ups of their actions and medium shots as well to heighten the panic in the room. The lighting was shown with low contrast, which is high key illumination, which adds more of a grim outlook on the situation. As the medium shot is shown on the couple, it is cut to a close up of a man
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