Whiplash | Editing Simple Conversation | ScreenCraft
by Cinema Beyond Entertainment
Although scenes of two people talking would seem to be relatively simple to edit, conversations between two people often present a challenge to editors due to the unlimited ways they can be cut together. In this video essay, Vinit Masram looks at how director Damien Chazelle tackled this problem in the date scene of his feature debut, Whiplash.
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