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- n. A shot made in response to another shot (as from a gun or cannon).
- n. A shot taken to contrast with another.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a return shot; a retaliatory shot
It didn't seem to descend in theatricality where you shoot in certain angles such as shot/countershot, etc. but had lots of long takes ...
If she can be a pick for vp, she can also be pick up off the ground from a countershot from the Left.
Gran Torino is classical Hollywood cinema mode, shot-countershot, establishing shots, etc.
He understood then that the existence of shot and countershot was in the past.
With commercials like this taking several months to develop, they are likely not a direct response to the Laptop Hunter spots, but they are certainly Apple's countershot.
The display ad capability brought by DoubleClick will allow it to reach this end and, interestingly, enter Yahoo! 's territory (a possible countershot for Panama entering the SEM arena).
So she explains why she's chosen a five-second "rapid shot / countershot sequence" from
Panh's portrait of prostitutes on their days off is never less than ideally lit, and the sad subjects regale each other with woeful tales in seamless shot / countershot setups.
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