The Dynamic Frame: Camera Movement in Classical Hollywood

2.10 Bringing Up Baby

Director Howard Hawks advised, “The best thing to do is to tell a story as though you’re seeing it.” In this scene, Hawks’s person-like parallel is plausible: with the camera set at eye-level height, it is easy to imagine a human observer watching the scene, turning this way and then stopping, just to follow the action.

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