The Shawshank Redemption
Intended for my film analysis, I chose the movie The Shawshank Redemption. Frank Darabont directed Shawshank and composed the screenplay based on the novel Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption by writer Stephen California king. The movie was performed in year 1994 and made by Niki Marvin.
The movie celebrities Morgan Freeman and Bernard Robbins as two convicts serving amount of time in a New Great britain prison called Shawshank. Harry Robbins performs a man known as Andy Dufresne, a bank, who gets convicted of murdering his wife and her enthusiast and is sent to prison in Shawshank. Andy eventually turns into good friends with a fellow convict by the name of Ellis Boyd Redding(Morgan Freeman) that is able to obtain anything for any person within reason. The story follows the prison life of Andy Dufresne and his later escape by Shawshank's wall surfaces.
The movie uses a formalistic style of course under Outspoken Darabont. He interweaves scenes with great fluid photos. The photographs are not jarring or tough cut. Darabont tends to take the story far away allowing the characters to establish their qualities to the target audience instead of forcing a obstruction of sides at the target audience. The position of the camera can be intricately put into all displays. The movie is a perfect example of classical cinema.
One of the most unique part about the style of the movie with the cinematography by Roger Deakins. The whole tale looks like it was filmed with a blue filtration system. The filtration systems give a exceptional beauty for the scenes, which often causes even more dramatic thoughts for the group. With this kind of filter the movie tends to enhance the two different colors of green and brownish. The doldrums of the uniforms are all the greater dramatic compared to the drab darkish buildings adjacent the criminals. The colors likewise produce dramatic irony in the last scene of Red and Andy for the beach. The blue and brown shades that once gave emotions of confinement and hopelessness in the jail are now colors of liberty and joy.
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