The dinner sequence between marian and norman a

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building suspense and tension in a brief sequence. *the dinner sequence between Marian and Norman... “A hobby's supposed to pass the time, not fill it” The lighting suggests that Marion's crime is redeemable, with soft fill and key lighting, she appears warm and kind. For Norman, however there is a sort of harsh division in the lighting suggesting the duality of his character, that perhaps he has a friendly and dangerous personality. While Marian is shot from a normal, eye level angle, Norman is shot from an usually low angle suggesting something warped, out of cantor in his appearance at the dinner. Main Theme: Voyeurism, motif: eyes Full Metal Jacket scenes: *In Kubrick's film, the system ALWAYS fails. He preoccupies his films with characters who become machines, part of technology systems. Constant theme of instability. *Opening scene of barracks: Very regimented and enclosed, Kubrick uses wide angle lens to reveal dimensions of the room. The constant tracking shot of the drill Sargent walking past the soldiers, stripping them of their identities and establishing his superiority, allows Kubrick to establish the working characters of the scene. The beginning is ritualistic and very much ceremonial.
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*The beating of Private Pile: A scene characterized by the haunting synthetic soundtrack, one of almost a breathing motion. Kubrick uses an icy blue color to parallel the betrayal and eerie nature of the scene.
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