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Shot from a low angle, the plane takes off into the sky. It is moving along the sky, and there is a regular cut to the next scene with the pilots.
Shot from an eye-level angle, the pilot is with the copilot normally flying the plane. Due to being in a moving plane, they are not moving at all. There is a fad out to the next scene.
This scene is showing the copilot steering the plane down while the pilot is out. The plane is moving on a downward angle towards the ground to crash. The cut to the next scene is a dissolve.
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This scene shows the plane after is has been crashed. It is shot from a high angle to show the plane on the ground. The cut to the next scene is a fade.
In this scene, shot from an eye-level angle, the pilot has left the cockpit to go to the bathroom. He is walking towards the bathroom as his movement. The cut to the next scene is a regular cut.
This scene shows the passengers in terror after feeling the plane going down. It is shot at a high angle to show the multitude of passengers freaking out and the cut to the next scene is a dissolve.
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