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The Audience Is Everything The times in which we live are geared toward the entertainment industry If one is going to input something into society make a speech write a book release a movie a lot of thought must be put into whether or not it will gain approval from its audience It is the job of many people to investigate what people want to see and hear what they will like and what will bomb The difference in the split ending of the movie Fight Club versus the book Fight Club exists because they were both intended for different audiences A majority of the movie going population is there to relax and enjoy the show The movie was created in such a way as to play to these people Reading a novel is a much different experience the reader can interpret and analyze at his own pace Palahnicks ambiguous ending was geared towards this generalization about readers The differences that arise in the endings of the film and book are clearly seen when comparing and contrasting them Artist reasons behind them can also be explained by the fact that they were geared towards different audiences In the movie Fight Club David Fincher uses unique zooming and framing techniques in order to capture the attention of the audience He opens the movie with a close up of Edward Norton a gun in his mouth sweat running down his face his Adams apple throbbing His scarred face is looking directly at the audience From the very first scene the movie has its audience enthralled It is a sit on the edge of your seat scene that does not take too long and keeps the viewers attention Camera work is used very effectively to scan the whole scene The camera sweeps around the garage showing the viewer the explosives and the buildings that are wired and ready to be blown up This method of economy
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