Mise-En-Scene Analysis The Untouchables

Title: Mise-En-Scene Analysis The Untouchables
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Mise-En-Scene Analysis The Untouchables
Mise-En-Scene Analysis The Untouchables         Elliot Ness, a treasury agent, has been trying to stop alcohol from being smuggled into the United States. He feels that the key to putting an end to the alcohol distribution is to put gangster, Al Capone, behind bars. But there is a small problem, Ness can't seem to be able to link the incoming alcohol, or any other crime to Capone. Until, Oscar Wallace, the uptight, "dorky", government official, entered …showed first 75 words of 534 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 534 total…for added suspense and the baby carriage was to give a feeling of panic. I feel that the clock was deliberately in the picture to let the viewer feel Ness's impatience. I feel that the sailors along with the baby carriage were images of innocence to make the viewer more frightened. I also feel that they had bystanders, looking like they could be Capone's men, enter the picture to make the viewer more suspense filled.          .

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