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Movement Planning

Movement Planning

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2.1.This scene could be edited to be more shaky or blurry
so that it reflects on the character’s emotional state
and increase the intensity of the scene.
The movement of this scene is wild and almost out of control. This is shown through the blurry unfocusedcamera movement purposely because of how violent andrelentless the zombie is.
I wouldn’t improve this shotbecause it doesn’t require any further movement
improvements. The only thing I would try to do I makeeverything blurred apart from what the zombie is after,which is its victim.
To make this shot more dramatic I could use a
 zooming effect to focus on the ‘yeah, its on…’ part of 
 the writing on the computer and also include a quickly  progressive swoosh sound which suddenly stops on thenet scene so that it will leave the audience engage withthe film more because they will think something isabout to happen.To improve the movement of this shot I would slow down the movement of the shot so the footsteps makesit seem like the zombie is struggling to walk. I think 
this is a good idea because it’ll make it clear that it is
inhuman and will make the audience get nervousbecause they know already in the back of their headsthis is not a normal person.

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