Punch-Drunk Love: How To Introduce A Character | Film Analysis
by Take Me To Your Cinema
Looking at the opening shot of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love, Take Me To Your Cinema analyses why this introduction to Barry Egan (Adam Sandler) is so effective. Walking us through the first 90 seconds of the film, this video essay examines how the cinematography, production design and dialogue perfectly set the stage for a character study about an anxious, obsessive, and emotionally inert man.
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