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How the Use of Geometric Shapes in Films Help to Evoke Certain Feelings, Responses and Reactions

In “Movie Geometry“, film essayist Jack Nugent of the cinematic series Now You See It examines the use of shapes in films, noting how they are strategically employed to evoke certain feelings, responses and reactions to what’s going on in the scene. Sharp is seen as evil, round is seen as good, square is seen […]
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