Tim Burton Use of Sound and Lighting

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Tim Burton’s use of Sound and Lighting
What would a movie feel like without different light and sounds? There would be no mood to the story of the movie. Tim Burton uses different sounds/music and lighting to emphasize a different mood.

The change of lighting can change the emotions of a movie. Tim Burton changes the lighting to gives you a different mood about the scene. In Edward Scissorhands when Peg went in the castle and saw Edward there was low key lighting. He wanted the audience to feel bad for Edward as he was alone and an outsider. Also in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, there was high key lighting as the contests entered the factory. The contests were happy and excited to enter in the chocolate factory.

Different sounds in a movie can help change the mood of the story. For example, in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as they showed the Bucket’s house there was sad music to make you feel like what their life was as they were poor and had little to eat. Also, in Edward Scissorhands when it shoes the people in the neighborhood the music is upbeat and happy but when they show Edward the music is dreary or weird to show that he is an outsider.

Tim Burton uses sound and lighting to alter the mood in his movies. He can change the lighting and sound to make change for mood about the movie. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands he use sound and lighting to make your you feel sad because they were both outsiders or didn’t belong with the normal crowd.
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