Essay heading: A Hard Day's Night

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Therefore, a large part of this film??s comedic content is based on the clash of cultures between the young and the old. During the rehearsal of ?And I Love Her??, the Mise-en-Scene that Director Richard Lester uses is very interesting. During the song, the Beatles are dressed-up in dark-colored suits and the background consists of bright-white hexagons that in a black and white film, creates great contrast of color against the band members...
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During the song, the Beatles are dressed-up in dark-colored suits and the background consists of bright-white hexagons that in a black and white film, creates great contrast of color against the band members. The characters are positioned according to their roles in the song: Paul stands on a platform right in the center of the group, as he is the main soloist for the song; George is positioned right beside Paul but lower in height because he does the main guitar solo; John is sitting in the back strumming on his guitar and Ringo, as always, sits farthest back with his percussion set...
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