Howard Hawks: The Art of The Close-Up | Film Analysis
by Take Me To Your Cinema
Through a close analysis of the opening scene of Howard Hawks’ Rio Bravo (1958), as well as a comparison between his 1946 classic, The Big Sleep and its 1978 remake, Take Me To Your Cinema examines how a master chooses when to use or not use the close-up shot.
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