Nine shot analysis JC

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Nine shot analysis JC

  1. 1. Thisestablishing shot sets the scene for the clip. From what we can see we begin to imagine that it is set in some sort of office setting.This medium shot introduces Jack’s character. Hiscostume suggests that he is a businessman as heis wearing a suit. The hat adds some mystery andperhaps suggests he is not a usual businessman. This over the shoulder shot establishes the 180 degree rule. The composition of this shot is interesting. The fact Jack fills a lot of the closest corner shows his power. Chris on the other hand is further away and is a lot smaller suggest he is less powerful.
  2. 2. This over the shoulder shot is an example of the 180 degree rule. It also allow the audience to see Jack’s expressions. The hat creates a shadow on his face so we cannot see his eyes. This creates a mystery around him.This low angle shot puts the emphasis on the case asit breaks the 180 degree rule intentionally. It alsoshows Jack’s power as the case is tiny in comparison. This close up of the case creates some mystery about it as we cant see all of the case.
  3. 3. This close up of the Jack opening the latches on the case is part of the match on action.This is the other part of the match on action. Wesee Jack opening the case having unlocked it. This over the shoulder shot is an example of the 180 degree rule. The camera is positioned behind Jack’s shoulder and inside the imaginary semi circle.

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