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Miro Elements

  1. 1. Understanding Micro Elements in Film Openings Drag Me To Hell. Amber Pothecary
  2. 2. Setting• The setting gives an impression of a rich family, as there is a big house & multiple cars
  3. 3. Décor
  4. 4. Props• In this opening of this film multiple props are used such as the cars the mail box and the light outside the house.
  5. 5. Costume & make upThe costume & make up gives the impression that the characters looklike they are not very well off. With a rag covering the boys body.
  6. 6. Figure expression & movementThe characters arriving at the house are slouched over listening to the ownerof the house showing shes more important. With scared worried facialexpressions om there faces.
  7. 7. Off Screen SpaceYou hear the door opening and the woman turnsaround to look at whos coming in.
  8. 8. Extreme close upThis is a shot of an extremeclose up of the characters facegiving more enthuses on whatshe’s saying.
  9. 9. Close upThis is a shot of a close up so youcan see the necklace has impotence,playing a big role within the film.
  10. 10. Medium shotThis is a shot of a medium shotof the characters face so youcan see that what thecharacter is saying moreclearly & what she is sayinghas importance.
  11. 11. Long shotThis is a shot of a long shot,its a long shot as it showsthe characters whole bodywith little space the spearat the top and bottom ofthe shot.
  12. 12. Extreme long shot
  13. 13. Extreme long shot• This is a shot of a extreme long shot as it show the whole house, the cars and all the scenery.
  14. 14. PanThis is a shot of a pan as thecamera doesnt physicallymove but just moves thecamera lens to follow thecar.
  15. 15. TiltThis is shot is showing thecamera tilting downwards, it istilting to show the whole of thehouse(location).
  16. 16. Zoom This is a shot of a zoom the camera starts close up to the car radio to give it some importance as she just turned in on. the camera slowly then comes one to give you a view of the whole radio.
  17. 17. Cut• Cuts are used in the film opening sequence to showdifferent scenes within the movie. This is done for speed, it cuts out the time it would take to for example zoom all the way out. In Drag me to hell a cut is used when the characters drive half way into the drive way, it then cuts to them exiting the car.