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The stage action is shown through close-ups and medium shots, and this is unfortunate in a piece with so much grand opera spectacle.
These reproofs gain intensity when the film cuts to a medium shot of Bruno, which temporarily refocalizes the narrative on the little boy.
Andersson's answer to this rhetorical question is to use a cinematic tactic of interjecting brief images between key scenes that involve stark medium shot pictures of children playing in front of the walls that divide their community.
Unlike similar films from the past where the camera, representing the male gaze, closes in on the chests and bottoms of the women, the female actors in "Haram Street" are shot in long and medium shots that do not titillate.
Projected inside is a nearly forty-three-minute-long fixed medium shot of Tuymans under hypnosis listing from memory an inventory of his paintings, (including the book, the exorcist, the angel, Dracula, the room).
The mollusc medium shot to fame after correctly "tipping" all eight games he predicted - seven Germany games and the final itself.
The suspense is as taut as a Hitchcock or Polanski thriller, as we see during an excitingly filmed foot chase through a soccer stadium, punctuated with fast-moving close-ups, medium shots, and long shots to give the action a sense of scope.
When Astaire began appearing in films, he insisted on being shot simply, in a medium shot that let the audience see his entire body at once, thus fully showcasing his talent.