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.
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