Torrance Vs. Torrance

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Throughout the film, two sides of Jack's own consciousness are in a constant battle against each other. The first side is an artist, a father, a man worthy of one's trust. The second is an irrational, abusive and delusional psychopath. The struggle for power between these two sides of one man is carefully depicted through creative film-making and storytelling techniques; some more subtle than others...
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It is presented using specific camera angles mixed with classic mise-en-scene. "Settings can? be used to suggest a sense of progression in the characters" (Gianetti 120). They are in several scenes throughout the film. In the shot when Danny enters Jack's bedroom to fetch his fire engine, Jack's reflection can be seen in the mirror to the left of the doorway...
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