The Red Dress by Alfred Hitchcock

The Red Dress by Alfred Hitchcock
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  • THERAPIST
  • Death is a common theme in Hitchcock movies and normally portrayed in a surprising way. Blondies are killed in most of his films. Establishing shot. Death is caused because of the emotional reaction from the therapist scene causing the woman to leave crying. Therapist unusually happy and content about the situation. Therapist acting proud of his deeds. Woman walks towards the car.
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  • Point of view shot from the woman in the red dress. Creates suspense by giving the audience information. Each shot moving fluently along. Throughout the whole story board it is diegetic. The silence of the scene creates adrenaline. Car moves hesitantly
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  • Instant change in shot. Creates suspense. Audience engaged by the mystery so far. Large shot of room, Camera closes in. Toddler jack plays with his toys. Mother looks out the window
  • Point of view shot, from mother. Mother in a state of shock and does not no who did this. High angle shot. Woman on the ground.
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  • Close up shot of mother; shows emotion and character. Emotion shot
  • Dialogue minimised for whole story board. It is impossible to do anything else in this cell. Wide shot. Man objects that he killed the girl but the man is clearly worried. Woman: How dare you kill my BABY! Man: Ma'am I did not do that. I am sure someone else did it. 
  • Dialogue minimised for whole story board. It is impossible to do anything else in this cell. Wide shot. Man objects that he killed the girl but the man is clearly worried. Woman: How dare you kill my BABY! Man: 
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