Jaws - filmic techniques, structure of tension/suspense

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Jaws, the movie, was released in 1975 and, parallel to the novel, consists somewhat bluntly of a great white shark assailing a small beach resort town – namely Amity Island (‘Amity’, the audience are later enlightened, is, rather paradoxically, recognized to mean ‘friendly’). The escalation of fear begins to detrimentally affect the number of tourists that arrive at the beach...
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Subsequent to various attempts, the shark refuses to depart; thus a scientist, police officer and an old fisherman conspire to pursue the shark and slay it. “The tagline for the tensely-paced film, "Don't go in the water," kept a lot of shark-hysterical ocean-swimmers and 1975 summer beachgoers wary...
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