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Chapter 1 In the Mood for Love

Chapter 1 In the Mood for Love - S TAFFORD AMANDA World...

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STAFFORD, AMANDA World Cinema Week 2 Chapter 1 - Photography  In the Mood for Love - Twenty Questions Chapter 1 Photography    Wong Kar-wai's  In the Mood for Love     Twenty Questions   1. Describe the three styles of film (realism, classicism, and formalism) and explain which one adequately  defines I n the Mood for Love . 2. Why are form and content best used as relative terms?  How would you separate form from content in  this movie? 3. Name the six basic categories of shots.  Which types of shots are used the most in this film?  Explain  why. 4. What is the effect of over-the-shoulder shots, two shots, and close-ups in  IMFL ? 5. Define angle.  What are the five basic angles of film? 6. Where are extreme angles used and what psychological effect do they have? 7. Are point-of-view (POV) shots used?  When?  To what effect?
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