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The 5 are …..
at 2:00 – 1) the slow push (or creep in) – its says look harder – a good eg is a dual push in from The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
at 3:49 – 2) the creep out – subject becomes smaller compared to world around them and we are backing away from the subject – a good eg is from 20th Century Women
at 5:29 – 3) turn away – its spares you from seeing something you know is coming and waits for it to pass – a good eg is from Marnie (Hitchcock)
at 8:00 – 4) distracted, loses focus on main subject, moves away from for no good reason – as though its lost interest in the story – a good eg is from The Passenger
at 9:58 – 5) the camera yelling, loud, noticeable – saying something big just happened – a good eg is from The Candidate (short film by David Karlak)
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