Kick-Ass

Editing – Jump cut

Most people (including me) loosely use the term jump cut to describe any cut that creates a jerk in the action. Let’s be more specific. A jump cut is a cut that makes the action inadvertently jump forwards or backwards in time, as though a part of the film was missing or edited without regard for continuity. Continue reading

Repetition – Sound (Part 3)

The line between diegetic and non-diegetic sound can become really blurred when remote — almost inaudible — repetitive sound is deliberately incorporated into the action. Sound repetition can itself turn into musical rhythm and completely reverse the relationship Continue reading