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  1. 1. The Nine Shots Similar Products
  2. 2. Love Actually – Opening Scene 1st Shot – The opening scene starts off with an over the shoulder shot of a man in a seemingly crowded place. It is a shallow focus with a woman in focus but the rest of the people aren’t. The non diegetic music in the background is slow and sounds quite angelic – which settles you into the film. 2nd Shot – The second shot is a mid shot of a woman and two little girls. They have their arms out towards each other which suggests that they are about to hug each other. The woman has a bag with her which connotes that she might be coming back from somewhere. The music in the background is still quite slow paced.
  3. 3. Love Actually – Opening Scene 3rd Shot - This is a close-up (and a two shot) of two people that are hugging each other. This shot suggests that they are quite close with each other and have probably not seen each other for a long time. The music in the background is still ongoing. 4th Shot – This is another two shot of a woman and a child. It is a shallow focus since the background is quite blurry whilst the woman and the child are in focus. At this point of the scene, a narrator starts speaking and the music in the background is still ongoing but quieter.
  4. 4. Love Actually – Opening Scene 5th Shot – This shot is another two shot of two women hugging and it is also a shallow focus. The narrator continues on speaking and so does the music. The use of two shots in this opening scene suggests that the film will most likely be about two people and their relationship with one another. 6th Shot – This is a close up of a woman smiling and it is also a shallow focus. She is smiling and facing the left side which suggests that she is going somewhere. So far in the opening scene, the people look really happy which suggests that this film will be a happy and lighthearted one. The narrator says that “love is everywhere” which also implies that this is a film about love.
  5. 5. Love Actually – Opening Scene 7th Shot – This is another two shot but it also counts as an over the shoulder shot. The man in the shot is smiling which suggests that he is happy to see the woman. This shot also implies that the two people have a connection with one another. 8th Shot – This is also another two shot of a man and a baby hugging. Their closeness with one another suggests that they have a loving relationship. This is a shallow focus as well which helps bring the audience’s attention to the man and the baby.
  6. 6. Love Actually – Opening Scene 9th Shot – The last shot is another two shot of a woman and a little girl hugging. It is also a shallow focus which again brings our attention to them. Their faces look happy which suggests that this is probably the first time they’ve seen each other for a long time. The narrator is still talking over the non diegetic music.
  7. 7. Scott Pilgrim vs the World – Opening Scene 1st Shot – The opening scene starts off with an establishing shot and this is used to show where the action takes place. The place has lots of snow which suggests that the film is set in a cold place. This is also shot from a low angle which makes the house look big and menacing in a way. 2nd Shot – The next shot is a long shot of people in what seems to be a kitchen. The three people that are sitting down seem to be all facing the same person which suggests that they are talking to him. This is also a deep focus which means that everyone in the shot is important.
  8. 8. Scott Pilgrim vs the World – Opening Scene 3rd Shot – This shot is a high angle mid shot of a girl sitting down. She has her arms crossed which suggests that she might be feeling angry or cold. The high angle makes her seem small and vulnerable. 4th Shot - This is a mid shot of a person facing the kitchen counter and it is also an over-the-shoulder shot of the girl. However the girl is out of focus while the other person is in focus which suggests that he is more important. These two people could also be connected to each other and the girl seems to be looking at him.
  9. 9. Scott Pilgrim vs the World – Opening Scene 5th Shot – This is a close up of the girl’s face. It is a shallow focus which brings the audience’s attention to her face. The close up is also used in order to show her facial expressions. Her mouth seems to be open which suggests that she is talking to someone. 6th Shot – This is another close up but this time, it is of the boy instead. He is smiling and his eyes are directed towards the side which suggests that he might be looking at someone. There is text on the side that tells us his name, age and rating. This also suggests that he might be an important character.
  10. 10. Scott Pilgrim vs the World – Opening Scene 7th Shot – This is an over the shoulder shot. The person in focus seems to be looking at another person which suggests that they are probably talking to each other. The over the shoulder shot is used to show two people communicating with each other. 8th Shot – The next shot we see is a mid shot of another person. It can also be identified as a shallow focus since the person is the only one that is in focus and the rest are all blurred. This enhances the importance of the character. He seems to be holding a handheld game console which suggests that he might be playing a game. However his gaze is directed towards a person which can also imply that he is listening to that person.
  11. 11. Scott Pilgrim vs the World – Opening Scene 9th Shot – This last shot is another mid shot of a previous person. He is holding a mug which implies that he is drinking something. He also seems to be talking to someone.
  12. 12. The Ring – Opening Scene 1st Shot – We are first shown an establishing shot of a house. This is used to inform the readers where the scene takes place. The house looks quite dark and terrifying which implies that this might be a horror film and/or something bad will happen. The diegetic sound of the rain also adds tension to the scene. 2nd Shot – This long shot of two girls lounging in a bedroom immediately introduces the main characters of the scene. Both of their gazes are fixated on something and one of the girls is holding a remote. This tells the audience that they are watching television.
  13. 13. The Ring – Opening Scene 3rd Shot – Next we are shown a point of view shot of the television. This shot is used to help the audience focus on what the characters are looking at. It is also a subtle hint that a television plays an important role in this film. 4th Shot – The next shot is a two shot of the two girls continuing their conversation.
  14. 14. The Ring – Opening Scene 5th Shot – The two girls continue on talking and the next shot we see is a close up of one of the girl’s face. This close up helps the audience get familiar with her and brings their attention to her facial expressions and what she is saying. 6th Shot – This next shot is a shot reverse shot and it is used to tell the audience that the characters are looking and communicating with each other.
  15. 15. The Ring – Opening Scene 7th Shot – This is another shot reverse shot. 8th Shot – The camera then zooms into a close up of one of the character’s face and this helps bring the audience’s attention to her actions and dialogue.

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