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Cube vs The Matrix Directors have been making movies about a higher power that is controlling people as far back as I have studied This idea is the main point in both Cube and The Matrix The directors of these movies use both theatrical ideas and different film techniques to relay this concept In Cube the director wants to show the government using of as mice in a maze and in The Matrix the director tries to show how the government uses humans as pawns for their own gain In the movie Cube some one is putting people in a large cube with continuously moving rooms The question is who is doing it and why Even the character worth who help design part of this cube does not know who or what built it All of the characters put in this cube have a special ability that may help them escape their entrapment There are many different thoughts by the characters on who might have built this thing such as aliens the military or the government The one thing they can all agree on is that there is some sort of conspiracy going on The director of the Cube used many different film techniques to show their sense of being controlled and their paranoia Low camera angels were used to make the room look bigger than it was This was done to make it over shadow the character and give the audience the idea of a bigger power involved Also high angle shots give the impression that the characters are being watched Close-ups of the characters faces and over the shoulder shots of the rest of the characters behind them also relay this idea of a conspiracy These types of scenes confirm the notion that the characters can not trust anyone The jumping of close-ups of the numbers the different rooms the doors and the characters also gives the sense of disorientation This disorientation
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