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A tree-pruning technique for removing limbs without stripping bark from the trunk of the tree.
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When one of the interviewees, Weideman, is introduced in Porselynnkas, this is done through a sequence in which jump cuts are used to combine shots of him reading lines from different books in his bookshop in Stellenbosch (Figures 19-21).
With Marcus, we can run zone thinking he can get it done making decisions with jump cuts and accelerating back," Geske said.
Simmons' outbursts certainly command the lion's share of the attention, though the helmer borrows Bob Fosse-style jump cuts to inject real excitement into a world that many associate with PBS fodder.
The Highlanders tied it midway through the second on a highlight-reel 42-yard run by Jahkari Carpenter, who broke a pair of tackles and made his way across the field from right to left on a series of jump cuts before sprinting to the end zone.
The film is a classic example of the French Nouvelle Vague style, complete with the director's signature jump cuts.
As Viktor flies into the anonymous city and tools up for another job, it's a good 10 minutes before we hear a word of dialogue and by then the tone has been set by incidental music plus tight shots on hand-held cameras and lots of jump cuts.
In their synthesis of formal and stylistic elements from experimental filmmaking, avant-garde video, and mainstream psychological thrillers and horror flicks, Ruilova's works conjure a condition of endless, narrative less suspense: Women-her protagonists are usually female-confront existential and corporeal jeopardy, often navigating spatial-temporal fields disrupted by relentless knifelike visual and aural jump cuts.
gives us slo-mo and jump cuts and a crawling crane shot up a tree in Balmoral, but they are all just tricks without a purpose," Contactmusic quoted critic Xan Brooks as saying.
Computer graphics sit easily alongside jump cuts and freeze-framing techniques, while the grime and hip-hop soundtrack perfectly fits the ambience of the film.
No wonder the director decided to fill the scene where Bruce pootles along in a golf cart with so many jump cuts and rapid-fire editing that it resembled Gene Hackman's famous car chase from The French Connection.
Too many flashbacks and too many jump cuts, coupled with the performances of the two stars, left me feeling that I was being offered a fizzy drink with no bubbles.
Despite the uncharacteristic cinematic style--all jump cuts, tight frames and compressed action--the novel has plenty of Rankin-worthy touches.