12 Angry Men: How the Camera Pulls Us In
by The Take by ScreenPrism
In this video essay, ScreenPrism takes a look at camera angles in Sidney Lumet’s 12 Angry Men, demonstrating how the film switches between high and low angles to express the jurors’ shifting emotional states and the mounting pressure brought on by the decision they all face.
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