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节选自BBC纪录片《Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock》


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The opening of Hitch's 1927 film, The Ring, is a marvellous montage
of fairground images which creates a very modern sense of movement
and atmosphere.

Montage was a Russian theory of filmmaking that was very much admired
by Hitchcock.

Montage means the assembly of pieces of film, which moved in rapid
succession before the eye to create an idea.

Here is an extreme example of Russian montage from the film, Man with
a Movie Camera.

Secondly, montage could also be used to illustrate the passing of time.
As the boxer climbs up the bill, notice how the seasons change.


Now, the third way is the assembly of film to create a different idea.
Have a close-up.
Never show what he sees.
Let's assume, he saw a woman holding a baby in her arms.
Now we cut back to his reaction to what he sees.
He smiles.
What is he as a character?
He's a kindly man. He's sympathetic.

Now, let's take the middle piece of film away the woman with the child,
but leave his two pieces of film as they were.
Now we'll put in a piece of film of a girl in a bikini.
He looks.
The girl in a bikini.
He smiles.
What is he now?
A dirty old man. He's no longer the benign gentleman who loves babies.
That's what film can do for you.


[ 本帖最后由 走刀口 于 2013-3-21 23:53 编辑 ]

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