The Dynamic Frame: Camera Movement in Classical Hollywood

3.x20 The Crusades

There is nothing inherently modern about convergence, in the cinema or otherwise. Cecil B. DeMille’s film The Crusades, set in medieval times, uses a town square to introduce three sets of characters who remain distinct; Victor Milner’s camera cranes from one group to the next, emphasizing their incipient convergence.

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