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Mise-En-Scene Analysis The Untouchables Elliot Ness a treasury agent has been trying to stop alcohol from being smuggled into the United States He feels that the key to putting an end to the alcohol distribution is to put gangster Al Capone behind bars But there is a small problem Ness cant seem to be able to link the incoming alcohol or any other crime to Capone Until Oscar Wallace the uptight dorky government official entered the picture to help Ness fight his battle for prohibition and ultimately against Capone Wallace discovered that Capone hasnt paid his taxes for several years but the only way to prove it is to get to Capones book keeper Ness discovers that the book keeper will be going to the train station so he along with colleague George Stone intend to be there to pick him up when he arrives The scene starts in the train station The setting is the main lobby The floors pillars and stairs are of a light gray color There is a clock that is directly above the big dark wooden doors that are continuously reverted back to during the scene The costumes of the main characters in this scene are the same as throughout the movie Ness wears a light gray colored suit hat trench coat and tie Stone is wearing a little darker colored more casual clothing with a tie and light colored hat Capones men were dressed similarly with trench coats and hats of light colors Also the innocent bystanders in this scene are the sailors in their suits the woman with the baby in her innocent raggy clothes and all the other people in the scene who look as though they might be Capones men The lighting in this scene is a little bit dull but gets darker when Capone shoots his gun at certain points of the scene
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