THE LIFE OF THE RUSH HOUR:
The Life Of the Rush Hour
Fannie L. Nash
English 225 Introductions to Firm
Instructor: Allison Robertson
November 4, 2013
The artists involved in the films “Rush Hour” production Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan, the director of Rush Hour Brett Ratner. The production designer of the Rush Hour, Thomas Fichter, I choose “Rush Hour Is in the last day of British rule Hong Knog.
In the scene of this film starts with an atrial shot that acts as a master shot showing the city and the scenery. In the medium close up is then used on the women who exits the elevator. However this is done to hide her identity from the audience that is showing that this character is a bad guy or that it is about to do something. Therefore the audiences feel like they are in the movie more than once. In shoulder shot is used when the lady is walking through the corridor. This is in the camera changes to an wide shot to show the city some more and to also show that life is as normal, to everyone that they are vulnerable as they do not expect anything. In an extreme close up is used on the lady’s feet as she walks. As she walks through the building still hiding the face. The women so that is unclear to the audience who she is. The force goes back to the streets; this time with a long shot to show that normal everyday in the life is still going on. In the package that the women is carrying is shown clearly with a close up in this shows the audience that is the package is very important and it has a high status. In a medium close up is used to show the women handing over the package from behind the showing the audience that women has handed in the package aver. Still they have no idea who she is. Therefore the final camera angle 1in movement of the scene is crane shot. Which shows the women clearly now, also the explosion that it happens behind her as she walks out of the shot.
Of the cuts in this short scene it happen at different speeds. At the...