Back To The Future [1985] – camera shot and angles – skate board chace

wide shot/establishing shot-
This shot seems really important because it give the movie a lot of information about where it is happening and what the main protagonist it doing.

Close up-
This shot gave a great look of what our main protagonist looks like and what he is doing.

Wide shot/establishing shot-
The shot chosen for this scene is very well chosen, it give the audience hints on what will happen next but yet being very veg for the rest of the movie.

close up-
This shot give an idea of what the main character is doing.

wide shot-
This shot gives the viewers a wide perspective of what the effect of what the character just did.

Close up/wide shot-
This shot make me feel curious on what will happen next because it show the the protagonist is doing and it show where he is off to the side.

wide shot-
This shot makes me know what the main focus is.

close up-
This shot lets me know what the protagonist is feeling.

wideshot-
This shot helps me pay attention to the details that are important to the story.

wideshot-
This shot helps me understand the characters better

close up-
This shot helps me see who is talking at the moments

over the shoulder shot-
This shot makes me understand how the person reacted and what they said in reply.

close up-
Shows the what the character is doing.

wide shot-
This shot makes me feel puts patent on what is going to happen.

dolly (camera moving { 13 second }) ~ *in order of appearance * close up / wide shot / over the shoulder-
Gives a relaxing move on the feeling. It also give it an original feel to it.

close up-
Shows the effect of the action and how fast the chapter is moving.

close up-
The character look over to the side.

POV-
Shows the character moving on their skateboard adds parental to the scene.

dolly (camera moving { 9 second }) ~ *in order of appearance * wide shot / over the shoulder-
Shows what the chapters are saying and what they are seeing.

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