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 How does the opening sequence use sound, camera movement, framing and angles, editing and mise-en- scene to help...
 Within the first 40 seconds the editor makes sure we’ve seen ...
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Naritve

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NARRITIVE
  • 2.  How does the opening sequence use sound, camera movement, framing and angles, editing and mise-en- scene to help established generic codes and conventions typically associated with and found in film genres similar to yours? The mise-en-scene for the first two minutes of this film have a wide variety of objects, for example in the first 10 seconds there’s an image of a little girl in a white ling dress with something above her head, which looks a lot like a halo this associates with innocence and purity, yet you see an old character pick up this picture to look at it which makes the viewer wonder what the relations towards the picture and the character. He also puts this under a candle which makes the viewer wonder why they aren’t using the electric. You then see the camera go into a mid shot to see the background of many images of children or relatives. After this the camera shot we see an image of a middle age woman holding something but its all surrounded by candles which makes the viewer to wonder why theres many candles and there not using any light’s or opening the windows, this makes the scene feel dark and gloomy which associates with a horror film, this associates with my film as its set in the dark. 28 WEEKS LATER
  • 3.  Within the first 40 seconds the editor makes sure we’ve seen each character, this may be so we get in more of a inside view of each character and to show each characters emotions about the situation. During this we get to realize the situation there in over which should be a family meal, yet its followed by shouting, we get to then see that not all of them are related and how they all feel alone, and worried.28 WEEKS LATER

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