Generally, this term would be left out of a screenplay and left to the director to decide. Used to describe anything occuring in a rear plane of action (the background as opposed to the main action or attention is focused in the foreground). TIME CUT . As a result, we get to see the world through the sensory devices of some creature. Sometimes called a FLASH PAN. Back to Top . If we cut to five minutes later, it's a new scene. Back to Top . REVERSE ANGLE . Dialogue .
Use only when necessary. PULL BACK: . See Also: Swish Pan Camera movement involving the camera turning on a stationary axis. Since this transition is implied by a change of scene, it may be used sparingly to help intensify character changes and emotional shifts. It's film's version of metaphor. For example, in the There's Something About Mary script, Tucker is playing a joke on Mary in her office in one scene that the writers didn't want to reveal right away. If both, it's a new scene. Scenes can range from one shot to infinity and are distinguished by slug lines.
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