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How Peter Jackson Creates a Variety of Moods in the Introduction of The Lord of the Rings.
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How Peter Jackson Creates a Variety of Moods in the Introduction of
The Lord of the Rings
The introduction of The Lord of The Rings is displayed with a wide variety of moods. Peter Jackson, the director of the film, helps to develop these different moods so that they entertain the audience as much as possible by using an extensive selection of various camera techniques.
The introduction to any film is perhaps the most important and somewhat most difficult part of a film. The opening scenes not only needs to communicate with the audience, giving them an general idea of which sort of genre the film lies under but also needs to the create an interesting and attention grabbing atmosphere which can grasp the audience's attention. Although Tolkein has intended the trilogy of The Lord of The Rings to be categorized as a fantasy, Peter Jackson has taken a more historical rather than fantasy approach to The Fellowship of the Ring, this enables the director to elaborate enough on the extensive descriptions of Tolkein's fantasy world but also keep the film moving at the same time. The Fellowship of The Ring begins with a dark
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