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Structural completeness in The War Is Over

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This article argues that Nina Mimica's The War Is Over achieves structural completeness on the basis of a number of choices regarding its visual style: shot scale, shot length, editing style and camera movement.
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Keywords: CAMERA MOVEMENT; CINEMATOGRAPHY; DISCONTINUITY; EDITING; INTENSIFIED CONTINUITY; VISUAL STYLE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-06-01

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