How Matt Reeves' Batman Will Be Like A Hitchcock Movie
Alfred Hitchcock was known for finding many interesting ways to use a camera, but the POV shot became one of the techniques for which he is most recognized. Movies like Rear Window used this a lot. Rather than having the camera show you the character witnessing an event, it showed you the event as if you were viewing it as the character. This way, rather than feeling like one observing the action from the outside, you feel like you’re in the middle of it. This results, when done well, in creating a deeper connection between the audience and the protagonist.
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