Sunday, 7 October 2012

Senna (2010)

Another filmed we watched a clip was Senna, which is a documentary about Ayrton Senna, who was a Brazilian Formula One driver who won three championships before his early death at the age of 34.

For this film, we saw a clip where Senna had won a championship. Above the footage, a voiceover was played above by the commentator (Murray Walker). In my opinion, this gives the shot a professional film and brings it together as a scene. The timing of the voiceover and the footage is thorough thought about, as it allows the audience to see Senna in the context that the voiceover is implying.

I feel it has a big impact on the scene. It allows you to emotionally connect with Senna, to know how it feels in that moment Рyou feel happy for him, the playfulness with his friends and the water is almost moving. It works very well as a mis̩-en-scene and creates a nice moving feeling within an audience.

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