Hollywood And Beyond Essay Film Essay Essay

887 words - 4 pages

In the Yesterday’s Cinema short film “Rescued by the Rover” was created in the 1905 directed Lewin Fitzhamon, directing the shots of this film in order connected each shot to the other telling a story, following the structure of a short film, Establishment, Problem, Solutions in order to make the audience more interested in the film and keeping them in following the story.
In the film there was only one type pf shot which was a medium shot, but different angles and location where used without any movement of the camera. Analysing this you can see that it was a single camera film. However by the using the shots in the right order made the film interesting and showed the story to the audience. The first shot we two women in the shot and one of them is asking the other for something and that the women who asked was angry, In this shot the audience will start wondering who are they and why is she angry. Moving to the second show a man stops the women with a baby and seems to by flowers of her, at this moment the same women comes from behind the bushes and takes the baby without the lady noticing, this shots shows the problem of the story and creates suspense for the audience to know what will happen. The shot where the mother of the baby is screaming and crying because of her baby gets the audience more emotional and wonder more who’s going to save them. After shot a shot of the dog coming out of the house showing the audience the start of the solution, the shots of the dog searching for the baby on the street where the camera was settled at the end of the street showing how fast and how much is the dog running, the dog swimming in the water was a shot was showing that the dog is doing anything to find the baby, the member of the family, entering to different flats showing its braveness and determination, powers up the excitement of the audience till he finds the baby. The shots of the dog returning home to guide the father to the baby are mostly the same as the first one aiming for the same reason. The shots of the dog and its owner shows the relationship between that family and the dog, and that the dog cares about them, in these shots, when they are going toward the baby, the director is trying to create dramatic emotion for the audience. The shot of both of them at the lake when the father took longer to get ...

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