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  1. 1. By making things sound louder, and as with the word knife it was repetitive as if that was the only word that could be heard. Also by making the word knife louder it deemed as if the woman was being accusitive to someone with that word you can see how it makes Alive get more and more scared and agitated thinking why is she saying that word so much what does she know, did she see, does she know, things in that manner we can see how it would be to be in Alice's place. 2. Whole the tone of the scene is a bit somber, it is not rushed and while the one woman does talk about the murder,
  2. 1. I think it gives more of a sense of what is going on in the film with the close out shots of the room, moving in on the boys and on the girl, and then the headmaster, we can give a sense of what is going on in the room. I think even without there being an explination of what was going on we can tell that this girl is accusing one or both of them of something, and you can see the boys fear and confusion. 2. I think he uses it to tell more of the story, as being it is a silent film you can not hear what the person is feeling, you have to be able to see it for yourself, to feel it,
  3. 1. He made one are seem happy with laughing and dancing like everyone was the life of the party, while in the next room it was a bit more up tight, but the glances into the next room from the guy were as if he were wanting to be like that, where his wife would want to be with him, and not that other guy. 2. Putting to scenes side by side in front of you of what the guy was seeing, the man in front of him talking to his wife sitting on the other mans lap till all you could see was the two sitting together, which was in a way showing that there was a moment where all he could think about w
  4. 1. I think one of the similar things to me from each film was how each one to seemed to have certain focal points of the story to make a certain point such as in The Pleasure Garden how the focus was on say the women then the men who were gawking at them to in the Lodger, how it was focused on the witness, the dead body, and the words that were meant to be stick in the mind. Also both seemed to have someone or someone(s) who stood out as as an antagonist of sorts, in The Pleasure Garden you had the men who stole from the womans purse, and in The Lodger you had the man who thought it would be f
  5. 1. Yes I do, I feel the way the camera focuses on certain parts and angles some of them giving off what can be described as a bit sinister, the leering of the men, the look on the one womens face as the one guy looks at her. 2. I agree 3. I do not feel there were any limitations at all, I feel that it was very well put without to many words what was going on, and what was being said just in the faces and postures alone. I very much enjoy that to be honest, I so think that with film a lot can be said with very little words.
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