Ugetsu Last Scene

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Music and Movies

 

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Ida E

 

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May 21, 2014

 

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Then as he enters a different we finally find light that changed the mood again from panic to relief. Genjuro and his wife, Miyagi finally re-unites embraces each other, overwhelmed with happiness. All he hoped for came true and he quickly runs to his son to embrace him as well. The camera then gets a good medium shot, clearly capturing all of them three and their emotions in a dark room lightly lit by a small candle...
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The camera then gets a good medium shot, clearly capturing all of them three and their emotions in a dark room lightly lit by a small candle. Maybe this candle symbolized how a small unit such as your own family can mean a lot to you in a dark world. The camera then starts favoring Miyagi who starts to stare deeply...
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