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AS Film Studies

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By Nina Zabicka (103594)

Shot no. 1 Cinematography: Long Shot Action: Establishment of the place. Statue of liberty is a symbol of New York. Mise-en-scene: The statue is placed on the side of the frame. This refers to its loneliness and to the loneliness of the characters. Sound: diegetic, the sounds from the city Duration: 5 seconds Fades to Shot no. 2 Cinematography: Medium Long Shot. Camera tracks alongside walking Mr. Rosser. Action: Mr. Rosser is walking down the street Mise-en-scene: Establishment of night, Sound: diegetic, we can hear his steps Duration: 3 seconds

Cut to Shot no. 3 Cinematography: Medium Shot Action: Mr. Rosser stops for a second because he reached his destination and he wants to check if it s the right place. Mise-en-scene: Establishment of Mr. Rosser. Half of him is in the light and half of him is in the shadow. This shows that he might be two faced. Sound: Non diegetic. Moody jazz begins with clarinet. Duration: 2 seconds

Cut to Shot no. 4 Cinematography: Close Up. Shot with a steadicam camera. Action: Mr. Rosser looks around to check if anyone is around. Mise-en-scene: This shows his paranoia that someone could be stalking him. Sound: Non diegetic. Jazz, moody develops.

Duration: 3 seconds Cut to Shot no. 5 Cinematography: Still Long Shot Action: We see Mr. Rosser coming to the doors and knocking on them. He waits few seconds and the doors are opening. We don t see him coming inside. Mise-en-scene: No people around. Dark and dangerous area. Sound: Non diegetic. The same music keeps on playing. Duration: 5 seconds Cut to Shot no. 6 Cinematography: Medium Close Up Action: We are introduced to Mrs. Iver who is a femme fatale. Mise-en-scene: Lighting doesn t show us her face. This tells us that she is a bad character. Smoking a cigarette from the holderestablishes her sex appeal. Sound: Non diegetic. Jazz music gets louder with more instruments. Duration: 3 seconds

Cut to Shot no. 7 Cinematography: Medium Close Up Action: Mrs. Iver invites Mr. Rosser inside with a slow movement of her head and a cigarette holder. Mise-en-scene: The fact that she doesn t even says a word shows that she expected his visit and it also emphasis her power above Mr. Rosser. Sound: Non diegetic. Violin takes the most part to emphasis her beauty. Duration: 2 seconds Cut to Shot no. 8 Cinematography: Medium Close Up from slightly High Angle Action: Mr. Rosser walks inside the house and takes his hat off. Mise-en-scene: High Angle makes him small compared to Mrs. Iver. Taking the hat off also shows respect to her. Sound: Non diegetic. We can t hear violins anymore and the music fades out Duration: 4 seconds Fades out to Shot no. 9. a) Flashback Cinematography: Extreme Close Up Action: Crime place. We can see the evidence number. Sound: Diegetic sounds of the night. Duration: 2 seconds

Shot no. 9. b) Flashback Cinematography: Very Long Shot Action: Crime place. Mr. Rosser is there, looking for something. Then he stands up, but the camera is still. Mise-en-scene: Mr. Rosser might be the truth seeker. Sound: Diegetic sounds of the night. Duration: 5 seconds Cut to Shot no. 10. a) Flashback Cinematography: Long Shot Action: Crime place. We can see drawn body with the chalk. Mr. Rosser walks around. Mise-en-scene: Now we know there was a murder in this film. Sound: Diegetic sounds of the night. Duration: 3 seconds Shot no. 10. b) Flashback Cinematography: Long Shot Action: Crime place. Mr. Rosser keeps on looking for something. Sound: Diegetic sounds of the night. Duration: 2 seconds

Shot no. 10. c) Flashback Cinematography: Very Long Shot Action: Crime place. Mr. Rosser walks away. Sound: Diegetic sounds of the night. Duration: 5 seconds

Fades out to Shot no. 11. Cinematography: Medium Shot.Two Shot/ Over the shoulder Shot. The camera tracks behind them. Action: We are back in Mrs. Iver s house. Mr. Rosser follows her. Mise-en-scene: Mrs. Iver moves her hips and her body in a very sexy way. This together with her clothes shows her confidence. Sound: Diegetic. We can hear their steps. Duration: 4 seconds Cut to Shot no. 12. Cinematography: Medium Shot, Two Shot. Camera tracks in front of them. Action: The same situation as above but this time shot from shot different perspective. Mise-en-scene: Mrs. Iver is in the shadow because she is a bad character and Mr. Rosser is in light what shows that he is a good character. Sound: Diegetic. The same as above. Duration: 3 seconds

Cut to Shot no. 13. Cinematography: Big Close Up. Camera tracks in front of her, when she is walking. Action: We can finally see Mrs. Iver s face. Mise-en-scene: Her make up shows that she is a flirty person. Sound: Non Diegetic. Violin fades in. Duration: 4 seconds Cut to Shot no. 14. Cinematography: Extreme Close Up Action: The camera zooms in to Mrs. Iver s eye. Mise-en-scene: Zooming in her eye will show something personal about her or her secret. Sound: Non Diegetic. We can hear more violins speeding up the tempo. Duration: 3 seconds Fades out to Shot no. 15. Flashback Cinematography: Medium Two Shot Action: Mrs. Iver meets unknown mysterious man. Mise-en-scene: Both characters have got their faces partly covered because they don t want to be recognized. Sound: Non Diegetic. Now the leading instrument is cello. Duration: 3 seconds

Cut to Shot no. 16. Flashback Cinematography: Big Close Up Action: Mrs. Iver gives him an envelope. Mise-en-scene: Music is suspectful*. Sound: Non Diegetic. Cellos and violins get louder. Duration: 3 seconds
* a. Apt to suspect or mistrust; full of suspicion;suspiciou s; as, to be suspectful of the motive of others.

Cut to Shot no. 17. Flashback Cinematography: Extreme Close Up Action: Now we can see that the envelope is full of money. The man counts the money and then he puts them in his pocket Mise-en-scene: Lighting is very dark Sound: Non Diegetic. Cellos and violins stay on the same level of loudness. Duration: 6 seconds Cut to Shot no. 18. Flashback Cinematography: Over the shoulder shot with Very Long Shot Action: Mrs. Iver looks at the man walking away. Mise-en-scene: Mrs. Iver doesn t walk away yet. This shows that she is not confident with what she has done. She had to stay a while to think. Sound: Non Diegetic. Music calms down leaving Mrs. Iver a melancholy sound. Duration: 6 seconds

Fades out to Shot no. 19. Cinematography: Medium Long Shot with panmovements Action: Mrs. Iver comes inside the room and by moving her cigarette holder she points at the chair, where Mr. Rosser sits down. Then she sits down. She looks confident and sexy. Mise-en-scene: Her performance shows her power above Mr. Rosser. Sound: Diegetic. Music fades away, so we can hear their steps. Duration: 10 seconds Cut to Shot no. 20. Cinematography: Over the shoulder shot and then zoom in to Mr. Rosser s face to shot his reaction. Action: Mrs. Iver smokes the cigarette. She is in a shadow. We can see Mr. Rosser in the light. Mrs. Iver asks him Did you find out who killed my husband, Mr. Rosser? Mise-en-scene: Camera made Mr. Rosser small compared to Mrs. Iver. Sound: Diegetic at the start. When Mrs. Iver asks a question violin starts to play again. Duration: 7 seconds

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