A look at "The Island of Lost Souls" from a genre perspective.
<Tab/>In the film, Island of Lost Souls (1933), directed by Erle C. Kenton, is a blend of the sci-fi, and horror genres. The film is based on the book, "The Island of Dr. Moreau" written by H.G Wells. The film examines the issue of racism, and interracial couples using half-an, half-animals as representative figures. The film uses several innovative cinematography techniques, especially in lighting, and camera angles. The film takes place in several settings, including a ship, a city, and on an island. Lighting and Setting play a major role in the film The Island of Lost Soul…
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