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The mise-en-scene of the movie Planet of the Apes played an astronomical role in all aspects of the movie Mise-en-scene is everything that is front of the camera from costumes make-up setting and acting The costumes and make-up were very important in this movie since apes were being played by humans The actors and actresses had to go through four hours of make-up each day to make sure they looked perfect for the scenes The director Tim Burton wanted to make sure there was a great sense of realism which is an attitude of the mind that is a desire of the truth to the movie Each mask was made up of plaster to mold the face to make each character have a separate face The rubber plastic is then molded to the face and then detail is put on each characters mask Hair and make-up are then applied to each mask The actors then have to get their false teeth made to fit in their mouths The costumes are created so that they are more advanced than the first Planet of the Apes and more modernized One example of this is how Mark Wahlbergs space suit changes to a space suit that has been burned and torn apart The costumes help add to the mood and history of each character They also had to hand make every piece of clothing for the apes and had to be tailored to each character The setting of Planet of the Apes is at Lake Powell where there is a lake giant rock formations and mountains Most of the scenes in the movie are in like a city inside a forest and a desert type of region outside of the forest and city In the final battle scene the setting takes place in the desert region where there are mountains of sand and rock like structures that resemble Stonehenge This makes a great for the
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