Best Years of Our Lives Shot By Shot Scene Analysis (Movie Review Sample)
The scene that was sent in the chat (https://youtu(dot)be/D4EjRzzRQLI) <— this is the link, is what we need to do a shot by shot scene analysis for - submit it as a Word document tomorrow by 3 PM EST and don't forget mention sounds for each clip.
We need to make a list of all the shots with the camera movements and angles from beginning to end.
a shot by shot by shot breakdown，shot1 shot2 shot3.
The scene has three shots. In the first shot, a gentleman (Al Stephenson) sits by the counter and orders a light meal. In the second shot, he is joined by another gentleman (Homer Parrish) at the counter. The third shot takes place when Fred hits Al, and a crowd gathers around them.
At the beginning of the first shot, the camera is at a distance to take a good shot of the soda fountain. However, once Al sits by the counter, the camera moves a little bit closer as he orders his meal. After he places his order, the camera moves closer to capture Fred serving a couple of sundaes to two
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