Come and See - Sight and Sound
by Channel Criswell
Is it possible to not only capture the emotions of our characters but through the filmmaking transform the observer into a participator? In this video essay, Channel Criswell discusses the manipulation of sight and sound in Elem Klimov’s Come and See. By offering the illusion of a shared sensory experience, the film invites the viewer to become the main character.
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