A Extreme Close up is used to show the taxi drivers eyes, he doesnt’t look very happy and hisskin is very red. Having a male showing no expression could mean hes a cop which is aconvention on Film Noir.
A Medium Shot s used to show the heavy rain dripping on the car window. You can see thebright different coloured lights from the shops and bars outside which give it the Film Noir feel.
This Long Shot shows the audience that the film is in a busy city with cars going past andneon lit shops. Having the city at the night is a convention of film noir.
A Medium Shot shows the taxi drivers point of view, the audience can see teenagers walkingacross the road into a night club. Red smoke is coming from the floor which gives the shot adangerous atmosphere.
An Over The Shoulder Shot shows the taxi driver coming into his office, there is a mansmoking in front of him which is a convention of Film Noir.
A Close Up on the Tax Drivers face is used to show the audience that he doesnt’ show noexpression, he has a untidy stubble and is dressed casually.
A Over The Shoulder shot shows two men arguing on the other side of the window, also theTaxi driver talking to the man in the office who is dressed untidy wearing glasses and hasfacial hair.
A Low Angle Medium Shot shows the taxi driver and a old women in the background. Thewalls are brown and have old papers on the wall.
A Low Angle medium shot shows the conversation between them both. There is a eye linematch when the men are talking to each other. The man who drives a taxi is looking down atthe man at the table which means hes me superior.
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