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Unformatted text preview: o A similar contrast can be drawn between their women: Keatons women are not silly damsels that need rescuing he has a satiric eye for them Chaplin is more sentimental o Shot and set contrasts: Keaton He uses the outdoors, with more authentic sets Less interested in character than Chaplin is He likes long shots Keaton calls attention to the presence of the camera, and the way that it alters things, thus interrupting reality He even calls attention to the flat frame of the screen, and how it interferes with perspective o (Think of the beginning of Cops , where he tricks you into thinking that the character is in jail a highly cinematic joke)...
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