Notes for Frankenstein movie.docx

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Notes for Frankenstein movie: Notes: - When collecting body parts, the dead bodies’ faces or complete bodies are never shown. - Frankenstein’s accomplice Fritz has a hunchback just like accomplices in movies like Nosferatu. - “Prying eyes can’t……” Eye imagery everywhere. - Roles switched in movie. Henry is Victor. - Frankenstein’s tower shown very similar to Nosferatu’s tower, shot from similar angle. - Sounds: loud sounds like storm and electricity in the background to create suspense and horror. Personification of nature through sounds. - Accomplice’s shadow amplifies his abnormalities that give him an animal like appearance- that of a beast. Almost looks like a 4 legged creature. - Shot where Frankenstein is talking about him being crazy High angle from behind - Always shows Victor, El and Dr.Waldman from low angle shots to make them seem like theyre better than Henry. - First extreme close up is that of monster’s face. - When creature first sees light - Shot when they talk about “young Frankenstein”. Henry’s face changes. Talking about health.
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  • Fall '12
  • AmyKaplan
  • English-language films, Victor Frankenstein, Film editing, Shot reverse shot

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