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Mise En Scene Chapter 5
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SETTING OVERALL DESIGN OF A SETTING CAN SHAPE HOW WE UNDERSTAND STORY ACTION Visual and Spatial Attributes The Functions of Setting
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Examples Thelma and Louise (1991, Ridley Scott)
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Examples This is England (2006, Shane Meadows)
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The Human Figure Casting Acting Style Acting Brechtian: Distancing the Audience Actors Bodies: Figure Placement and Movement Costume and Props Make-up
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Lighting Quality (hard or soft) Placement (the direction from which the
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Unformatted text preview: light strikes the subject) Contrast (high or low). Composition Balance and Symmetry Lines and Diagonals Framing Foreground and Background Light and Dark Color Summary and Screening Mise en Scene: Starting point for visual analysis Screening: Rebel Without a Cause (1954, Nicholas Ray) Formal construction reflects themes Teenage angst, isolation, family conflict...
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