To all who submitted their replies, I am truly grateful.
To Mr. Schultz and S.A. Haynes in particular, thank you for your help
in clarifying the concept of mise en scene. I had long been only aware
of mise en scene as lengthy, un-cut shots within which the shot
composition changes drastically (perhaps the best examples is the
tracking shot of the city woman in Murnau's Sunrise). Thank you for
reminding me of the vaster implications of Mise en Scene, which
allowed me to view all of the suggestions with better-informed eyes.
Again, many thanks!
Student, Felician College
Communications (Film/Video Production), Global Peace & Justice Studies
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