The documentary also provides basic novelty as well as sufficient facts to invoke conscious, raw emotions, such as: pure anger, deep sorrow, and ultimate frustration. Although it doesn’t provide amusement in an entertaining fashion, it does keep the viewers attention and educates them on the dilemma being presented. The film creatively varies its distribution of information through, viable pictures, dramatic quotes, and emotional interviews. The intense contrast of their heart-wrenching tears to their deeply
Examples of the different angles used in Citizen Kane were high and low angle shots. Throughout the movie, Orson Welles wanted to depict William Hearst as a powerful and demanding man, and Orson used low angle shots to do so. Low angle shots are used to make the audience feel like they are “looking up” to someone and overpowered. They also use high angle shots to show how powerless Susan Kane was with Charles Kane. These angles were constantly used throughout the movie to give more insight on the different characters and portray the dominance of Charles Kane and innocence of Susan Kane.
It provokes the thoughts that we know as normal, by using undistinguishable characters and objects, making us question what Matthew Barney was trying to express. The way Matthew Barney applies his scenes is very different from the more modern videos or movies we have today. I noticed that he used very long scene takes with a specific tune or music that accompanies each of the scenes which I did not like as it made the video feel very dull and stimulating. However, I liked how he kept emphasizing on his theme and what he wanted to deal with. I referenced from the other films and noticed that he also uses the capsule shape of the field emblem quite a lot not as the logo but things like the area, a window, etcetera.
THE ALAMO There have been many movies about the historical events that occurred in the Alamo and The Alamo (2004) is another one of them. This movie has a somewhat of a distortion of the historical events, this is because the traits, mannerisms and the importance that some of the characters are given are inaccurate. Also the place where the battle was fought is faulty. Another reason that made this movie imprecise was that it was one sided. There are also smaller details that are harder to notice, but that are also inaccurate.
Tim Burton’s Unique Elements Every individual can reach within to seek their dark and mysterious side. In general, people feel the obligation for conformity. For this reason, many are attracted to the work of the unique film director, Tim Burton as he shows throughout his work that he is a non-conformist. He brings out the dark and bizarre emotions in his characters. Mr. Burton uses exaggeration of reality in his work to satirize society.
The director uses music to keep the audience in suspense, even though some of the storyline is predictable. At the end of the movie the music changes to a happier mood, which leaves the audience feeling at peace. The Bourne Ultimatum is an action packed movie and the director uses music to create tension. The sound effects utilized in the movie were used to make the scenes dramatic and thrilling. If these sound effects weren’t used, then the movies message or purpose would not be as effective.
They come in contact with some problems but hastily over came them. As my friends and I watched this film we were entertained thoroughly and we also gained empathy by gaining a new perspective. Some parts of the film tended to be a little bit boring and drawn out. We would of liked to see the middle of the film which somewhat tended to be slow in the story telling to be faster, to keep attention. Also sometimes there was problems with continuity.
An art film is the result of film making which is typically a serious, independent film aimed at a niche market rather than a mass market audience. The director uses certain narrative and directorial styles to create a sense of confusion in the story. The reasons behind this is because directors try to create a film that doesn't have a clear, goal driven story, which can usually be seen in mainstream films. This is to make the audience more engaged in the film, as they have to concentrate a whole lot more and have to try and uncover what has happened and have to try create a meaning which they thought the film portrayed. Directors use such techniques as Mise en Scene, Movement and montages to express the idea and establish the specific quality of his work.
Tree of life, the artistic, ambiguous, and ultimately vague movie has been leaving it’s audiences feeling slightly awed. The film, having a somewhat subtle plot line, is filled with incredible vistas that are used to create a ‘bigger picture’ feel. When leaving this film it is common to hear that a viewer ‘felt something’ but they aren’t quite sure what they felt. This film does evoke some emotion, and it is possible that it is a spiritual experience. Unfortunately, for myself, the feeling that accompanied this film was that of being completely underwhelmed.
This idea is supported by their travelling, and the apparent harshness of their situation, however there is little to sustain their being cowboys in later parts of the narrative. Perhaps this was intended by Stoppard, as a way of disorientating the audience, as would the lifeless setting in the play script. Using a camera gives the ability to show a particular image at a certain time and proximity, which lends significance to certain aspects of the film. In having the setting seem realistic, also an attribute of film, Stoppard has been able to accentuate the unrealistic parts of the storyline without losing a sense of realism. As the