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  1. My apologies. I was wrong. The woman who scolds the children is not the mother, the mother is who she hands the basket too. I wonder if the heaviness of the laundry basket and the fact that she hands it off to the mother is symbolic?
  2. My apologies. I was wrong. The woman who scolds the children is not the mother, the mother is who she hands the basket too. I wonder if the heaviness of the laundry basket and the fact that she hands it off to the mother is symbolic?
  3. I love this open as it set's it mood, location, tension seamlessly. Lang's extended hold of a the scene after the mother shouts at the children and exits adds such subtle tension. The cut from the kitchen too the school is a foreshadowing device linking to mother to the daughter. The daughter ironically bounces her ball off of the wanted poster, and there, in shadow, to add a higher level of tension, is our murderer. One realizes that the mother who scolded the children has cursed herself to the fate of that"cursed song" This is a beautiful example of how to bring the viewer into the
  4. I love this open as it set's it mood, location, tension seamlessly. Lang's extended hold of a the scene after the mother shouts at the children and exits adds such subtle tension. The cut from the kitchen too the school is a foreshadowing device linking to mother to the daughter. The daughter ironically bounces her ball off of the wanted poster, and there, in shadow, to add a higher level of tension, is our murderer. One realizes that the mother who scolded the children has cursed herself to the fate of that"cursed song" This is a beautiful example of how to bring the viewer into the
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