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The Shining - Film Analysis
Transcript of The Shining - Film Analysis
Actors: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, and Danny Lloyd
Location: Based off of Stanley Hotel, Estes Park. Actually takes place in Timeberline Lodge, Oregon Analyzing The Shining Casting Camera Shots/Angles Sound Elements/Effects Casting Jack Nicholson Stage Actor
Facial expressions and random nervous movements make him appear crazy (i.e. licking his lips, smiling frequently)
Calm Demeanor Danny Lloyd Ability to hold concentration
Variety of voices Shots & Angles Moving camera for majority of movie
Camera behind actors = suspision, suspense, and fear
Close up shots = Intense moments
Back and forth between close ups Sound Effects Intense high pitch music = Chaotic Feeling
Echo, wind & Blizzard = Isolation Things to listen for in Video:
Typewriter = writing is contributing to isolation
Gradual build of high pitched music as Wendy walks in
Silence except for echoes Things to look for in video:
Close up eye-to-eye level with characters
Shot behind Jack right before he takes a first swing (uncertainty)
Camera up next to wall while Jack rips apart door
Camera looking right into Jack as he takes a swing
Highest intensity when Jack's face peers into door