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#1 Max Hoever

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Posted 05 June 2007 - 05:04 AM

I'm searching for nicely shot scenes in which:

- A dog chases men
- Roof scene (no action, no matrix and no lovers looking at the night sky)
- Different ways of shooting in staircases

I’m interested in the breaking down of the scene, light a. s. o. (...for example different slow motions for the chase).
All of that I have already seen quite often, but now that I think of it, there is not so much coming to my mind!

...Hope someone else’s brain works better than mine!

Waiting for prepositions!

THANX

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#2 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 05 June 2007 - 11:17 AM

I'm searching for nicely shot scenes in which:

- A dog chases men
- Roof scene (no action, no matrix and no lovers looking at the night sky)
- Different ways of shooting in staircases


- "Turner & Hooch" or "K-9 Cop"
- "The Departed" or "Old Boy"
- "Miller's Crossing" (assassination attempt on Albert Finney's character), "Vertigo" (final scene), "12 Monkeys" (the second time Willis meets Pitt at the mansion), "The Sixth Sense" (when the kid is trapped in that little closet during a birthday party)

Just to name a few :)
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#3 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 05 June 2007 - 02:21 PM

I'm searching for nicely shot scenes in which:

- A dog chases men
- Roof scene (no action, no matrix and no lovers looking at the night sky)
- Different ways of shooting in staircases

I?m interested in the breaking down of the scene, light a. s. o. (...for example different slow motions for the chase).
All of that I have already seen quite often, but now that I think of it, there is not so much coming to my mind!

...Hope someone else?s brain works better than mine!

Waiting for prepositions!

THANX



I think that in the 80's with all the dancing movies, Robert Wise directed a film called
"Rooftops" which although I didn't see it, I seem to recall a trailer with a lot of rooftop
scenes. Other rooftop scenes: "On the Waterfront", "The Lords of Flatbush" both with
bird coops incidentally.
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