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Note This is part of a philosophy in film class We watched a movie in class talked about it then figured out how different film concepts applied to the movie I got an A in the class but I dont remember what I got on this paper I am sure it was an A though Text Different camera positions in a movie can have a great effect on the way the audience interprets or feels about a movie This is also done by the way each scene is composed and designed In A Clockwork Orange all these concepts help the viewers interpret whether we are who we are because we had no choice or because we were free to make our own decisions One of the first thing one sees is the way the camera angles to try and involve the audience in the picture This is seen early in the movie when the narrator explains how he abhors drunken old men The camera angle is set so that the audience sees the group of individuals from the old mans point of view The purpose of this is to give the individuals in the shot a taller look and in essence portray them as the ones in control of the given situation One can see that purpose is served in that scene when the group seriously beats the old man Ironically the same purpose was also served in the scene when he had to restrain himself from touching the naked woman The camera is placed to see from the protagonists point of view Both audience and the protagonist see the woman approaching with a look of power and control She appears taller than her actual size This time the protagonist had no control as he had when beating the old man Although the woman did nothing but stand there over him she was in total control of the situation The way the
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