Flesh and the Devil - Clarence Brown, technical devices and cinematic movements of 1920s in the construction of drama.
The narrative and visual story of Clarence Brown's Flesh and the Devil is constructed through technical device of the 1920s and cinematic movements of this period. Mise en scene within the sequence establishes the way that the characters are understood and heightens the drama of the film.
Only a few significant technical advances occurred during the 1920s. A new approach to cinematography introduced a creation of soft and blurred images, rather than the hard-edged, sharp tones of previous films. This new approach to cinematography is used in Flesh and the Devil; examples of this soft blurr…
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