- n. alternative spelling of mise en scène.
“The film's grungy medieval mise-en-scene underpins a solid yarn without telegraphing an unexpectedly metaphysical twist at the end.”
“As much a social anatomy as a grisly literal one, "We Are What We Are" rises to unlikely grace through Jorge Michel Grau's remarkably fluid camera, adroit staging and a mastery of penumbral mise-en-scene that Val Lewton would applaud.”
“As a person of advanced years and many life experiences (some more dramatic than many survive), I have lived and continue to live my life in the knowledge that there is no script, there is no 'mise-en-scene', and that I am merely a traveller exploring what life has to offer.”
“Perhaps it is how you shift your perspective that gives life the illusion that it is a "mise-en-scene”
“The word was la mise-en-scene = the putting on the stage, stage setting.”
“Whatever the “mise-en-scene” around me, I never thought of living my life as an 'actor' or a 'director', a follower or a guru.”
“Your image of "la mise-en-scene" in Camaret with the modern cars acting as a discordant note to your perfect "staged" picture is a great illustration of how life is really a glorious mess!”
“Directing and acting is all part of the same show, but it is about being the director and actor of our inner life, that mise-en-scene, that is the matter-most.”
“The Taylor repertory ranges across genre -- from dramatic mise-en-scene, to magical music interpretations, to social satire, slapstick and comedy.”
“They know he'll never really overturn the mise-en-scene.”
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Words taken from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.
Hopefully, I'll be using this site for more than one year. It will be fun then to look back and see what new words I found worthy of notice in any given year.
All words spotted in 2008...
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