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Lord of the Rings Shots
Transcript of Lord of the Rings Shots
of me. A day may come when the courage of men fail...
but it is not this day... for Frodo!" - No music, everything is still. Makes the mood of the shot more tense and serious.
- The shot shows how large the Gates of Mordor are, goal is it try and scare any who attempt to pass.
- There is barely any lighting, very dark at the gates. - Camera stays focused on his mouth. It's the only part of his face that was showing.
-Teeth are long and disgusting, mouth is all cut up, lips purple.
- The music is serious yet sad because Frodo's armour was thrown to Gandalf, and they now think he is dead. - Music is very serious, attempting to make the viewers scared.
- Camera shows the gates opening, the horseman retreating to their army, Sauron eye; watching, the dark sky, and a large army of Orcs coming from the opposite side of the gate. - Music is uplifting
- Aragorn is giving hope to the "men of the west" because they are all scared.
- Aragorn is very brave and takes action of a leader.
- The camera shows Aragorn with his sword up ready for battle Sauron's army with the city of Mordor insight. The setting is very dark and gloomy. The whole intention of this scene is to show even though all hope may be lost, there is still a chance that succeeding is possible. The five riders, Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, and a flagsman, all ride up to the massive gates to talk to Sauron. The gates appear to be very intimidating, and so does Sauron's henchman. The riders are then led to believe that Frodo is murdered; which makes them think everything is lost. The music and the imagery in the scene also make it more intimidating/serious. Once the Gates of Mordor open, the viewers see the eye, along with the city of Mordor and the Army of Orcs marching towards them. This also makes whole scene much more tense. The five riders retreat back to their army where Aragorn gives an honerable speech telling them not to stand their ground, and to fight for Frodo. This gives everyone hope when everything seems as though it's over, and not worth it. This scene was very effective showing that there is "light at the end of the tunnel."
"Pull back, pull back!"