ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN: Immersion Through Realism
by Bobby Burns
First impressions are important. Using the opening shot of All The President’s Men as a jumping off point, Bobby Burns discusses the film’s aesthetic of extreme realism, illustrating how the film’s cinematography, blocking and staging effectively immerse the audience in the story-world of journalism.
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