In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He combines hand-held camera, zoom lenses, freeze-frames, and well-timed cutaways to give the whole thing a perfect sheen.
- This version of the film ends with a freeze-frame.
- If you've been watching media coverage of the Olympics, you've probably seen Stromotion - that software that breaks an athlete's fluid movements into stop-motion-style freeze-frames.
- I am looking at a sequence of freeze-frames of the speech-maker.
- I love telling a story visually, with plenty of freeze-frames, slow-motion, montage, sound and music.
- Then the title is repeated about five times in the same forceful way, while some fuzzed-out goofball guitar lick plays underneath and we're shown freeze-frames and zoom-ins on the film's murder scenes.
- He introduces each of the main characters as each one is caught in a freeze-frame.
- The narcotic rhythms are punctuated with a series of brief freeze-frames, an initially distracting device which lends a woozy, hung-over perspective to a woozy, perpetually hung-over protagonist.
- As many as a dozen freeze-frames portray leading artistes poised at different moments of unique genres of storytelling from mythology.
- Occasional freeze-frames isolate comical poses and expressions while voice-overs by the main characters give witty and concise insights into their thought processes.
- The narrative fabric of the latest cult movie is woven through with jump cuts, freeze-frames, montage, slow motion shots, tracking shots, hand-held camera techniques, and the like.
- A sword slices through his umbrella and pauses in a freeze-frame, his hand raises and halts.
- The only moves that Jordan uses that I didn't love were some freeze-frames at the end of some shots.
- The last freeze-frame will again be Jerry with his hands out in an ‘I don't get it’ gesture, with a scrunched-up look on his face
- More typically, the finale vacillates in every possible direction: our gentleman looks out to sea, then starts to cry, but this turns to laughter, the final shot petrifying into a freeze-frame.
- Moore exits the bank, thrusts the rifle into the air like some well-fed Sandinista, and over the freeze-frame says ‘maybe it's not such a good idea to give people a gun in a bank!’
- The freeze-frame, which traps the subject by suspending her forever in that moment, is beautifully explored.
- The film opens with images of his blossoming youthfulness and closes with the Robert-Capa-like freeze-frame of his death.
- Materials Sciences Division researchers have devised a breakthrough process that gives them the ability to image and stop the action of atomic scale events in picosecond freeze-frames.
- The effect was occasionally heightened by freeze-frames of violence which capture the style of photo-reportage.
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