The Dynamic Frame: Camera Movement in Classical Hollywood

2.x18 Inspiration

Taking the camera-person analogy very literally, several films of the early 1930s experimented with lengthy point-of-view sequences. This example comes from Clarence Brown’s 1931 film Inspiration; see also Guilty as Hell, The Sport Parade, The Story of Temple Drake, and the examples from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2.6), A Farewell to Arms (2.9), and The Kennel Murder Case (2.x19).

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