Woody Allen's "Annie Hall"

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Music and Movies

 

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August 15, 2015

 

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The use of lighting also provides the mood for each character and situations within the film. The director of photography, Gordon Willis, paints a very romantic setting throughout the film with he choices of lighting. Using a combination of low key and practical lighting, the film feels more "real" to the audience...
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An example of this would be during a conversation between Allen's character and his love interest, a seventeen-year-old high school student, played by Ernest Hemingway's niece Mariel Hemingway. The two characters sit on a couch intimately lit by three key lights. One is a practical light, a table lamp...
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