The Conversation - Who's Tracking Who?
by The Discarded Image
In this video, Julian breaks down the opening sequence of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 thriller, The Conversation, demonstrating how Coppola uses setting, cinematography, sound design, and blocking and staging to hook the viewer and introduce the film’s protagonist, Harry Caul (Gene Hackman).
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