SCARFACE - A scarface review which talks about the art in scarface different camera angles, analysis of artistic choices etc...
October 13, 2003
The 1983, Brian De Palma, remake of Scarface has its very own unique visual style. He used multiple images and many other visual motifs to form patterns and give thematic meaning to the film.
The use of multiple images, closely related to split screen cinematography, is characteristic of De Palma's films. In this film he used mirrors and television monitors to give more than one image within one screen. The way he used these multiple images is an example of a free motif. The use of mirrors was common in the booths at the…
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