Charles R B film language

Charles R B film language - C harles R B film language Part...

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Charles R B film language Part 1: The shot and shot progression general to specific LS (long short) -> MS (medium shot) -> CU (close up) Ex. sixth sense, boy in bed Ex. Elizabeth in Pirates of the Caribbean Ex. Casablanca, entrance to Rick's, tracking shot of nightclub to introduce and orient space, then medium shot, then close up on Sam Ex. Godfather, Michael groomed for leadership outside mafia, but crisis leads him to join up, decides, tells others what to do, LS -> MS -> CU Shots have meanings Denotative/descriptive - basic dictionary meaning LS - orientation shot, overview of place, who's there ex. Sixth sense, captions say when and where, LS of Willis waiting for next client to come out of building MS - information shot, confirm who is who, it is Bruce Willis
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ex. Willis, reading, then looking up at houses opposite ex. Inside Man Spike Lee (2006) three men walking CU - important details to proceed in story telling extreme CU. tighter shot on Willis, cut to extreme close up on the notes he is reading on new patient
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