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invented relatively unique technique that an artist or a film producer uses in their work to make it distinctive to the audience and to the artistic field. On the other hand, cinematography is an artistic creation of motion pictures photography using imagery and other stylistic techniques. Sequentially, the focus of this essay is to give an in depth analysis on four of Kubrick’s marvelous films in terms of the Mise-en Scenes and the cinematography aspect in each film.
For Stanley, he implored the use of visual effects to try to portray the imaginative and scientific features. In addition, the film portrayed the director’s ardent love for science and science related themes. It was collaboration between science fiction writer Clarke Arthur and him. The movie also showed Kubrick’s fascination in the existence of life beyond planet earth implying that other planets could support human existence. In a remarkable blend, Kubrick infused classical music in to this film that mostly became the opening songs in this film. He also invoked contemporary music by natives of other countries to serve as introductory tracks in his movie. The classic music depicted the reality of the scenes that were actually fictitious. The musical background also provided a basis for the viewer to connect with the storyline. It characterized the serenity of events hence portraying harmony and piece within the movie For instance; he facilitated Gyorgy Ligeti in to coming in to the lime light by building on his fame and popularity.
The Mise-en-Scene aspect in this movie was the use of acutely little dialogue that made it stand out. For instance, the characters engage in few conversations all through the movie to emphasize on the need for its audience to follow through the movies events. The movie’s fast and last scenes are without any conversation that also reflects during the film. In between the film, there are long breaks in between conversations. On the other hand, the color aspect is
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