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The centrepiece of The Asphalt Jungle is the well-executed, high-wire heist on Belletier's. Doc hires a three-man gang a 'box man', a driver and a hooligan ('a hoolie') to take a consignment of diamonds that is like 'a ripe plum ready to fall'. Safe-cracker Ciavelli breaks into the sewers through a manhole then smashes through a brick wall into the jeweller's, letting Handley and Doc in. The trio manoeuvre under the electric eye, pick the lock on the vault door and blow up the safe. Their dialogue is full of authentic underworld vernacular a pistol's a 'heater', a police van is a 'meat wagon', while the 'box man' blows the safe with a special explosive mixture - referred to as 'soup' - noting, 'It's gonna take a lot to blow this baby'. But almost as soon as the diamonds are theirs, their luck changes for the worse.
Following shots could yield widely different results with an audience. In their famous experiment with the actor Ivan Mosjukhin, they used the same shot of the actor juxtaposed with three different follow-up shots a plate of soup standing on a table, a shot of a coffin containing a dead woman, and a little girl playing with a toy. Audience responses to the three sequences suggested a hungry person, a sad husband, and a joyful adult, and yet the first shot was always the same.
Wong Kar-wai uses two pieces of music a number of times in In the Mood for Love. One is a Spanish number sung by Nat King Cole, the other a romantic lament without lyrics. These pieces of music provide the shape for the set pieces. Within the set piece the music creates an aura of tremendous anticipation and romanticism. Visually, Wong Kar-wai presents movement. Chow Mo Wan smokes a cigarette under a street light. The smoke focuses our attention on his sense of anticipation. Su Li Zhen walks by. The visuals focus on the rhythm of her movement. It's as if she glides. She is swinging a pot of soup, and it too has a rhythm that Wong Kar-wai notes. His stillness, the movement of the smoke, her movement, the soup pot all project an erotic possibility of their meeting. The movement is slowed down, the smoke is slowed down, and both together with the music builds a sense of anticipation. What the sequence leaves us with is a mood, a feeling of desire, of his desire for her.
The flashback sequence involving An Mei and her daughter Rose makes the Lindo-Waverly flashback look simple. The sequence begins with An Mei at the contemporary farewell party. Her voiceover leads us backward to a glimpse of her prepubescent self reminiscing how her mother was thrown out of the house, but we only see her for a few seconds before we flash further back to the moment when the mother accidentally scalds four-year old An Mei with hot soup. Then we move forward to pubescent An Mei, who chooses to go with her mother when she briefly visits the grandmother's household. We lurch forward into contemporary times in which the adult An Mei and her daughter Rose discuss Rose's estranged marriage. Rose's voiceover takes over, and we flashback to see the evolution of Rose and Ted's relationship from their college days through their marriage to their chilly breakup. In a contemporary scene with Rose and her mother, An Mei takes back control of the voiceover and returns to a flashback...
Probably the best-known American artist of the twentieth century, Andy Warhol studied commercial art at Carnegie Mellon University. In 1949 he moved to New York City and carved out a career as an advertising artist. In the early 1960s Warhol became a pioneer of pop art by creating paintings that showcased the most ubiquitous icons of American popular culture Campbell's Soup cans, Brillo boxes, celebrities such as Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe. With his paintings and silkscreens in high demand, Warhol established the Factory, a workshop and hangout where he supervised art workers'' in the making of Warhol originals. The subjects of his art were the mass media and mass production, and the art was created on the Factory's improvisational assembly line.
I happen to admire Robert Altman's McCabe & Mrs. Miller, even though many people whose opinions I respect don't like the movie and many people whose opinions I suspect do. Furthermore, the main antiargument (pretentiousness) strikes a more responsive chord in my critical temperament than does the main pro-argument (realism). McCabe & Mrs. Miller is photographed through a test-pattern haze of pea soup, and much of the dialogue is thrown away so hard it bounces. The star turns of Warren Beatty and Julie Christie trip and fall over the most cluttered mise-en-sc ne since the days of DeMille's jungle salons for slinky Swanson.
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