Taxi driver are you talking to me

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Taxi driver are you talking to me

  1. 1. TAXI DRIVER - ARE YOU TALKING TO ME LINK =http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=4e9CkhBb18E
  2. 2. Mise en scene • The scene was set in a small crummy apartment which reflects where he is at in his life . You cannot see a clear picture of the set as they are supposedly filming the mirror which he is looking into . You can see the odd poster as well .
  3. 3.   Camera  • Firstly, he shows Travis mostly as his mirror image, which has an offsetting effect. The mirror’s frame is not in the shot after a few seconds so it seems like a straight-on view of him, but something isn’t right. This is a genius POV technique because this is how Travis sees himself at that moment and it is chilling to step into his shoes.Another technique used here is off- centered framing when Travis starts to really get into his monologue. This reflects the off- centered view he has of the world.
  4. 4. Editing • An unusual editing technique is also used here, which is the Jump Cut backwards or “rewind” of Travis’ threatening VO as he turns towards the camera in slow motion. Firstly, Scorsese used Slow-mo throughout the film to single Travis out in a crowd.Scorsese also uses a number of dissolves as Travis is staring at the poster of Palantine.
  5. 5. Sound • There is no sound apart from the rustling in his feet and the chilling voice he does , this is affective as it makes to seem more realisitc.
  6. 6. Sound • There is no sound apart from the rustling in his feet and the chilling voice he does , this is affective as it makes to seem more realisitc.

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