Heat Analysis - Structure & Pacing

by Jack's Movie Reviews

Michael Mann’s Heat is quite possibly the quintessential heist movie—it is intense, phenomenally well-acted and is almost perfect on a technical level. In this video essay, Jack discusses how the film’s writer and director, Michael Mann uses pacing to help elevate his story to reach its maximum intensity and quality.

Heat

Directed by

Michael Mann

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