Trainspotting (film) Essay | Student Essay

Danny Boyle
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Filmatic Elements in Trainspotting

Summary: Essay discusses the filmatic elements in trainspotting.
While making a movie, filmic elements such as camera positioning, camera angle and sound can either contribute to or hinder the movies' success. There is a very fine line between adding to the total effect of the movie and completely losing the story line within camera angles and positioning. In Trainspotting, camera positioning, editing and lighting contribute to the overall dark, fast paced mood and message of the movie. These movie elements give a realistic and intense view of drug abuse. The filmic elements mentioned above add to the intensity of the story line.

The use of camera positioning gives an immediate energy to the movie. Most shots in this movie are close up shots used to "direct attention to important features of a scene's action or meaning." As a result of all the close-up shots, the viewer is more emotionally involved with the main character...

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