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Pulp Fiction<br />
Camera Techniques<br />This is a close up of a television screen, as if looking through the characters eyes. It gives the ...
Sound<br />   During the opening scene, there is background noise, But the main sound the audience can hear is the televis...
Use of Titles<br />As with most thriller films, the director and producers  are shown before the main title which Is the n...
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  1. 1. Pulp Fiction<br />
  2. 2. Camera Techniques<br />This is a close up of a television screen, as if looking through the characters eyes. It gives the audience an idea of the the character in focus.<br />The director then shows a scene of behind the character, and the audience can see that they are a child. They may be the victim as the camera is looking down upon them. This is an enigma as the director leaves the audience unknowing <br />
  3. 3. Sound<br /> During the opening scene, there is background noise, But the main sound the audience can hear is the television. When the television is then turned off, it brings the audiences attention to what is next to be focused on.<br />
  4. 4. Use of Titles<br />As with most thriller films, the director and producers are shown before the main title which Is the name of the film. There is nothing which significantly differentiates the titles in this film from any other typical thriller.<br />
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