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Maryam Oda “Rebecca” 9/19/11 (film took part in England) In the beginning of the film, there is a continues fades as they are displaying the credits. The background is a medium shot of trees, the ground, and fog. There was a fade in shot and then the showed a medium long shot of the moon and the clouds. While the narrator is talking, and the person is walking thourgh the woods, the camera displays a tracking shot as it walks with the character. There is a medium long shot of the mansion as the charcher stosps at the end of the woods. The next screen dispalys a long shot of water and rocks which also plays as an establishing shot. Then there is a medium long shot of a man standing on the endge of the clif. Then they do a close up shot to his face as he contemplates falling off the clif. There is a long shot of the sky view. The music in the background is not very loud at all. The music follows the fidelity rule in that it does apply to the scene in the movie. It is classic music, and they are in a fancy hotel, and dress well. There is a fade out when the two ladies went into the elevator, and a fade in to a picture of a paper. They are showing multiple medium shots when the two gy and girl are talking to each other at the table in the restaurant. There was a dissolve when the girl was eating, and it dissolved in the next scene to where they appeared to be in the park and the girl was drawing. There is a long shot of the view of the city for the second time when going between scenes. There is a close up shot when the girl and the guy were dancing in together in the ball room. When the girl and the guy are driving together down the road, there is a violation of the 180 rule, because he is driving my left side, and he should be driving on my right side. The music became more frantic, loud, and changes timbre often when she was in a panic. Like when overweight lady told her she was going to new York, and she wanted to say by to her guy.
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