Charlie Chaplin

These devices helped unfold the comply ex life of Charlie on the big screen. Eaten borough moved the storyline from past to present while Chaw rile first handedly told us about his past life. He also used a change of camera angles so the viewers UN deterrents relationships between characters and emotions.

Richard Attenuator’s accomplished this b using the cinematic effect of black and white, flashback and flash forward, and the choice of came RA angles. Attenuator’s uses color to show the past and present and to let the viewers know when he is showing real footage of Charlie Chaplains actual films. When real footage of his movies are showing, they are shown in black and white. An example would be when Charlie goes u p on stage to accept his award at the end of the movie. Its a montage of all his films put together for t he award show and they are Chaplains real movies.

The moment when they are showing the montage is a really special moment for Charlie. He thinks everyone in America hates him but when the movie play s he sees that is not the truth. Another scene where Richard uses black and white is when Charlie goes s to America for the first time. The color switches to black and white to show actual immigrants coming to America for the first time as well. It really captures the emotion of the scene and makes you feel it as well. Next, Richard Attenuator’s also uses the cinematic device flashback and flash h forward.

Throughout the movie, it will flashback and flash forward from Charlie at an o old age to when he was young. It gives the viewers the effect of Charlie telling the story of his personal life through his eyes. The film starts with Charlie at a young age and progressively shows him grow Eng up and having to deal with different problems. Then the scene will cut and show Charlie a lot older, t aligning about his life for a novel. This helps the viewers understand where he is coming from and make sees the story of his professional life more personal for the viewers.

Lastly, Richard uses different choices of camera angles. If the camera would h eve been just straight on the scenes for the whole movie, that would’ve been boring and give en it no depth. There needs to be change in a movie. Attenuator’s uses a variety of close ups and Eng shots. For example, when Charlie is sad, Richard would use either extreme close up or close up on Chaplain’s face to really capture the emotion that he was giving the audience. When the camera focus sees on his face, the viewers feel what he is feeling. We feel his pain.

Another example, would be when Chaw rile and his friend were on the Hollywood sign. Richard used long shot to show the whole sign. It sign fiefs Charlie’s success in Holly. Voodoo, that he had made it. In conclusion, Richard Attenuator’s uses a variation of cinematic devices to c future emotions and Charlie’s personal life. He uses black and white to show Chaplain’s history of films, flashback and flash forward to tell the story of Charlie’s personal life, and a different choice of camera angles to give off the powerful and stirring life that is Charlie Chaplain’s.