Mark Twain’s “Two Views of the River” offers two distinguishable ways of how to see the universe. One is to see the universe with a child’s oculus. There is a certain degree of astonishment and admiration in seeing something for the first clip or seeing something different in something really familiar. There is an geographic expedition and a find involved. There is poesy. Then there is the other manner of looking at things and seeing merely the mundane. Here. people are seeing things and accepting that there is nil extraordinary with things.
This happens rather frequently when people see a topographic point or a thing and merely see the practical side. There is less wonderment and more analysis as to why it is at that place. what is its use and how does it impact people. From a colourful poetic position. it becomes a practical casual manner of seeing the universe. To capture such feeling in movie. one must foremost concentrate on the first manner of looking at the universe. This involves seeing things for the first clip with awe and admiration. It is poetic in a sense that about every little item has a concealed significance and offers something worthy of camera clip.
Therefore. it should get down with a long shooting of the whole scene. And so it follows the narrative and rapid climbs in into the inside informations. This offers the consequence that from the outside one notices the large image but is affected more by the inside informations. This puts accent on the significance of everything from the altering river to the ripplings of the H2O to the shore. Close-up shootings of the river. the river’s altering colourss. the Sun. the ripplings. the shoreline and the forest should be taken. Each portion should be systematically given importance and clip. This creates the consequence of taking it all in.
Each portion contributes something beautiful to the whole scene and must be portrayed as such. The 2nd scene would be about how a scene slices from being novel into something being practical. The key in giving off this sort of feeling is to look at how the little inside informations fit into the large image. Here. Mark Twain says how the Sun Tells of what the conditions will be or how a floating log means that the H2O degree is increasing. Everything is connected to each other and its importance is seen in how it contributes to the large image. As such. it is good to travel and change by reversal what was done on the first portion.
From the close-ups. the camera can pan out of the forest and the riverbank through the river and stop up with a zoomed out image of the whole scene. It could besides be shot in black and white while the other scene is shot in colour. This does non intend the 2nd more practical side in seeing things is less of import. It does give off a dulling consequence from something poetic to something practical. However. it besides gives a larger position of the scene and as such. the spectator is able to see more and can utilize more what he sees for his mundane life. He sees the importance of things alternatively of its aesthetics.
The consequence of both scenes is like how a kid and an grownup experience the metropolis. The first clip. as a kid. one sees the metropolis with its large edifices and mixture of. One notices foremost the different edifices and stores and visible radiations. Each reminds that this is no longer place. There is something foreign in the air. The sounds of the metropolis are loud as it is a mixture of people speaking and autos traveling by. Then there are tonss of people. each dressing otherwise for different intents. There is something astonishing with being in the centre of such a busy universe where everything is in changeless gesture. But as an grownup. the metropolis is no longer such an oddness.
It becomes an mundane experience. The mass of people. autos. the noise. the stores. the edifices all fade into the background. Everything is accepted as portion of world. There is no longer astonishment in larning new things. When people go to the metropolis. they no longer look from left to compensate soakage in every item. They merely go about their concern without paying much attending except to see which path would travel fastest or what shop offers a better monetary value. Such practicality becomes the chief manner of looking at things. This paradigm displacement is the consequence needed in portraying Mark Twain’s “Two Views of the River” .
There should be two clear distinguishable scenes – a colorful and full in awe scene and a more practical scene that looks at the large image. This displacement and the difference in the shootings give off how people change in how they see the same things. From seeing the little inside informations and delighting in them for the first scene. the last scene goes back and looks at the large image and how it affects the spectator. The inside informations are non in focal point and the colour slices. However. one is able to see a larger position of the universe. This contrast between both scenes leaves. at the terminal. an unfastened ended inquiry sing which point of view is better.