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Mise-en-Scene 09/13/07 Looking at Mise-en-scene Mise-en-scene should feel natural to the movie. It creates an illusion of naturalness. Mise-en-scene: Visual Design Production Team o Production Designer o Art Director o Set designer o Costume designer o Make-up artists Elements: o #1 Set or setting setting, also often the center of the Mise en Scene (usually the actor). o Visual Design: On location Provides true realism. Real streets/architecture/etc. In the studio Can provide more room to create feeling i.e. Shot of Paris in Moulin Rouge becomes eerie and bluish. Things in the background [not props]. Props [things actors use or touch]. The visual design tells us where to look. o #2 Costume Tells about the world the characters are in. Replicate a period.
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Personal identifiers. (ie. Max’s Rushmore uniform). How to recognize change. o
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