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A shot-by-shot breakdown of The War Is Over

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N. B. What follows is merely an outline of the film, indicating its overall structure and making it possible to refer to individual shots by number. No indications are provided here concerning movement within each shot (either of the persons filmed or of the camera) or of the reframing of the actors as any given shot progresses, though two moments of the final shot are shown. Images and text are reproduced with the kind permission of Nina Mimica.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: June 1, 2010

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