The Dynamic Frame: Camera Movement in Classical Hollywood

3.x40 Bataan

The centerpiece of the scene is a ninety-second dolly shot, looking over Dane’s shoulder as he walks down the line. The camera does not glide past each soldier in the manner of a seriality shot; instead, it stops every time Dane stops, granting each individual the attention he deserves. Although formally similar to a follow shot, keeping pace with Dane as he walks down the line, the shot functions primarily as a person-to-person shot, introducing one man and then the next.

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