Sonnet 29 Essay | Countdown , a Film Analysis

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Countdown , a Film Analysis

Summary: Analyzes Countdown, a short film (7 minute) by Heinz Hoienig. Discusses the central theme of the film. Describes how Hoienig deals with space and time and compares the film to a Shakespearean sonnet.
Its all very straightforward. I was shown the film Countdown thrice. The first time I was awestruck, the second time mesmerized and the third time saturated.

From an analytical point of view it is but obvious to accept and expect sheets of printed paper that give newer dimensions to the Space, time, character, Property, performance etc of the film. We all know that there is something other than the adjectives that make Countdown what it is.

The Design of the film

The central theme of this film revolves around the concept of man set against circumstance. The death motive could probably mean an extension of the director's tragic vision of the world that was once complete & today is rather unwholesome.

The tragic awareness is carried by the viewer into areas where even sets & properties become points for analysis and discussion with reference to understanding the intention...

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