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Alfred Hitchcocks North by Northwest This movie was pretty interesting At first I didnt look forward to completing this assignment but once I started watching I was very interested The dialogue was clever but the music was a little bold I would say it was cheesy but that probably isnt the way to say it artistically I noticed there were strong beats and drums for climatic and intense parts such as the fight scenes Softer music for the calm dont-worry-everything-is-safe scenes I think sound played a major part in the scene were Robert ThornhillCary Grant is out in the field waiting for Mr Caplin Waiting for the sound of the cars to get louder which means they are close brings impatience And then when the plane comes into the scene the increasing sound is not desired because we know its after our hero Its one of those scenes where you dont know what the hero should do since hes incredibly vulnerable all out in the open with virtually no where to hide Also that scene is important because it makes the love interest Ms Eve CampbellEva Marie Saint look like an accomplice to murder Lighting and viewpoint played big roles in determining the mood for this movie as well I noticed that the lighting gets very soft and misty when theres a romantic scene It is often low in the mysterious scenes as well The scene where Thornhill is spying on the bad guys is an example The view point is from the lower corner This gives the viewer a feeling of mystery Also the actors face if often very illuminated This draws your attention to their facial expressions to help you understand their feelings Another place where the camera leads the eye is at the train station Campbell is in the phone booth and the camera moves down to show that one of the bad guys is in a booth
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