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Analysis of the Raging Bull We analyzed two scenes in a movie called the Raging Bull. There were lots of clever techniques which were used. I was looking for five variables in these 2 scenes: the editing, the light and color, the usage of the camera that the audio and the mise en scene. I will examine the scenes as far as I can and explain what they indicate if possible. Scene 1 This first scene was really the debut of the film. There was not any editing or camera movement involved in this scene. The scene was filmed in black and white, so I think the manager did so to connote into the crowd that this is a part of history. Black and white pictures also connotes the idea of something epic and historic. This could fit in the subjects of mise en scene or lighting and colour. However I feel it's more in the mise en route subject since it creates a feeling that this is something historical and legendary. The intro was also filmed in slow movement with a slow tune. I feel that the non-diegetic soundtrack was a parallel sound because it matched with the use of slow motion. The manager utilizes these two together intentionally to control the audience and also to let them get into the mood of this movie. I felt as though I was watching something important and historic. The soundtrack was the only sound you could here through that very first scene. This scene occurred in a stadium, where there was a ring. The boxer was always leaping up and down, yanking his self up on the left hand side of the ring. This is an asymmetrical bit because of the means by which the fighter was constantly around the left hand side of the ring wi...