The close-up captureof the clock gives cluesto the film’s plot orthe genre - representstime travel, sci-fi.The diegetic sound ofit ticking connotes thetime running out.They have edited thisscene where a mansuddenly pops out ofnowhere. Thisemphasises the plot andthe genre of the movie;time travel and sci-fi.The three institutionallogos has been editedto fit the genre – thelight through eachlogos and the quickchanges representstravelling in the speedof light.Mise-en-scene furtherreinforces the sciencediction genre and theidea of the future.
The scene where thecharacters have beencapture in a desertedarea reflects that theyare in a secret mission.The same colour ofeyes and the editingreinforces that theyare both the sameperson.The editing areintrusive and audienceare meant to notice it.Symbolises the tensionfrom the future to thepast (jumpy shot).Sense of shock createsuneasiness and lackscontinuityUse of star = Iconicface (Bruce Willis).This mysterious lightcoming down fromthe sky connotes thesense of sciencefiction in the movie.
The debris floatingaround this characteragain represents themovie’s genre; sci-fi.The dark lighting onthe woman’s face witha ray of light behindher connotesinnocence, purity anddanger.The use of star nameattracts audience towatch the movie.Bruce Willis’s namecomes out first asmore people knowshim.The scene of thewoman loading ashotgun challenges thetypical representationof a woman.
The title of the moviehas also been edited tofit the genre of themovie. The letter O’shas been combinedtogether to form thesymbol of the infinitysign which reflects thenever ending life of themain character.They have not addedthe specific releasedate of the moviewhich enables itsaudience to researchmore about the filmand continue buildingsuspense.