Using emotional cutaways


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Using emotional cutaways

A cutaway is when we literally cut to something else. And in some cases, when we cut to something besides where their main action is, it can have a very powerful emotional impact. So in this scene from '"House on Haunted Hill," Vincent Price is kind of in-charge of this scary haunted house. He is basically telling the people here that just kind of came on a fluke just to kind of check things out that they are stuck here. That whoever was in charge of the keys of the door, they are gone.

So we have a regular back and forth. And then we have an emotional cutaway. Let's watch. (Vincent Price: We're all locked in now.) (Female speaker: But I don't want to stay.) (Vincent Price: I'm sorry, my dear, but it's too late now.) So did you see that? We have a dialogue and Vincent Price is speaking to the whole group. He says "we are stuck." Then she's worried. She's afraid. She does not want to be here. She's established as vulnerable. And she says, ...

Using emotional cutaways
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Using emotional cutaways provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training

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