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For a Few Dollars More For a Few Dollars More , was a speghetti western, this meaning that it was produced in Italy and not really in the old west. This movie had many film techniques that helped tell the story. One thing the movie did was that it had a lot of wide angle shots that showed the landscape. This added to the effect of being out in the west, nothing around you but open range. The camera also did a lot of close-ups on the characters faces, showing how hard and rough there faces were. This added to the western experience as a whole, showing the toughness of each character and all the anger in each of them. Diegetic and non-diegetic are the elements that help tell the story. Some non- diegetic examples are the slapping, gun noises, background music, and the credits. Each of these are things we, as the viewer, see and hear that come from outside elements, that the characters in the movie does. Each of these add to the western movie as a whole showing how intense the fighting or shooting was, also the background music just makes
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