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“I liked the first one for the actual mis-en-scene, it was cleverly put together.”
“More about mis-en-scene than the mystery at hand, DÃ©tective ostensibly follows the intersecting–but not necessarily connected–stories of a collected group of people ensconced in the Hotel Concorde St. Lazare in Paris.”
“What follows is a meaningful dialogue about sexual repression in our society, using mis-en-scene, and music cues from Mozart in his “blue” period.”
“RICH: I feel that it is somewhat fair, because I think that a lot of decisions that are made at Fox have to do with what is allowed to be reported, the spin that's put on it, even the mis-en-scene in terms of flags draping everything, and the use of language.”
“So this was a palazzo of power... we started with this idea of a mis-en-scene of the people in the palace.”
“Here Stein itemizes the domestic mis-en-scene of spoons and saucers also found in Letinsky's prints, cryptically rhapsodizing: "Light curls have no more curliness than soup" and "Sugar is not a vegetable.”
“There's an obvious tension from the outset but there's also a sense of constant dread, evoked both by the score and by Petzold and cinematographer Hans Fromm's ethereal mis-en-scene.”
“Imagine the painstaking mis-en-scene and documentary staging of”
“She has single-handedly created an immaculate mis-en-scene of posh candles and tasteful decorations à la mode.”
“It's part of the mis-en-scene that often makes Berkeley a laughing stock in the real world.”
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