Victor T. Leal
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Meaning of a movie shot type with too little of a leadroom
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This specific image from Narcos is a mix of the Eyeline Match technique, Negative Space and the 180-Degree Rule, I found a great explanation of it in this book "Film: A Critical Introduction". This ...

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Ross talking to Paolo: "Se vice?"
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Ceviche is a typically south american dish (from Peru, according to my Peruvian coworker). So the joke is that Ross was trying to speak italian and saying "Capisce?", which means something like "got ...

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Who is Aegon Targaryen?
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The Aegon Targaryen referred to by Barristan is the first Aegon, there are lots of them in the Targaryen family as you can see in this family tree. Aegon The Conqueror as defined by the song of ice ...

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Visual fuzziness of Necromonger actions/ships
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It seems that for the fuzziness, it was simply a decision in style made by the visual effects producers, in order to maintain the visual style of Pitch Black (The first movie of the Riddick series), ...

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Is there a name for this film technique seen in season one of Russian Doll?
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Ok the video really helps and it's very specific, that's pretty much just SnorriCam. It's similar to the Helmet Cam used by Radiohead in the video for Jigsaw Falling Into Place, but it is mounted on ...

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Why was Walter sprinting late at night in Get Out
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As mentioned, Roman lost to Jesse Owens on the 1936 Olympics, and founded the Order of the Coagula, he used Walter's body as a vessel because Walter is athletic and he wanted to continue running. The ...

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Who wrote 'Welcome home Nell" on the wall in 'Haunting of the Hill House'
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I believe it is not only for Nell that time is non-linear, we just have a more obvious scene with her (bent-neck lady), so it could have been Olivia who wrote it when she was alive (and going crazy), ...

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Is there an alternate version of Tarkovsky's "The Sacrifice"?
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There is no alternate version, the one you saw is the only version. I believe you are mixing this scene in The Sacrifice with the burning house scene in The Mirror which has a fixed-camera shot:

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Significance of "Lady in the Radiator" in the movie Eraserhead
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As stated, the Lady in the Radiator represents death, but i believe it is not so much as an outside "grim repear" figure, but the personification and creation of Henry's imagination, representing his ...

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