Behind the Scenes of Reaper of Souls...

Willis 2022-04-19 09:01:42

  • During the filming of Reaper of Souls, Alfred Hitchcock divided a film into eight segments, covering the black screen with a close-up of the character's back or box lid, or using the character's line of sight as an editing point.
  • Alfred Hitchcock used the "one shot to the end" approach in Reaper of Souls. In order to achieve the effect, all the cast and crew conducted a 10-day rehearsal before the official filming of the film.
  • Because of the color of the sky, the crew took nine days to reshoot the film.
  • All of the filming scenes for Reaper of Souls took place in a small room.
  • In the first shooting of the film, the sound-receiving equipment was abandoned and only the picture was taken. In the second shooting, the camera was abandoned and only the sound was taken; then, the production staff combined the sound and the picture in the post-production stage.
  • Reaper of Souls was Alfred Hitchcock's first color film. In order to avoid the tendency of excessive and confusing use of color, Hitchcock reduced the use of color in the film.
  • When Alfred Hitchcock saw the timing and plot of the screenplay fit, he decided to make the film a one-shot film.

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  • Cleveland 2022-03-27 09:01:04

    1. The continuous long shots exude nervous hormones all the time. 2. The murderer appeared early, leaving the audience nervous about whether the murderer will be discovered? I even hope that the murderer can get away with it, I'm evil. 3. A story that happens in a room.

  • Katlynn 2021-11-13 08:01:22

    A man kills a cannon fodder man with a man who dreams of him in order to impress the man he dreams of... The man who dreams of him is a waste of wood, and the man he dreams of is a cynic... It is about this stupid man that should be used to write a fan. The story... ps. The American language in the 1940s doesn’t seem to sound as bad as it is now? ...

Rope quotes

  • Rupert Cadell: Brandon's spoken of you.

    Janet: Did he do me justice?

    Rupert Cadell: Do you deserve justice?

  • Brandon: The good Americans usually die young on the battlefield, don't they? Well, the Davids of this world merely occupy space, which is why he was the perfect victim for the perfect murder. Course he, uh, he was a Harvard undergraduate. That might make it justifiable homicide.