Gatsby Essay

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Analyse d'extrait de «Gatsby le magnifique»de Baz Luhrmann (2013)2:00:46 à 2:03:23I/Qu'est ce qui ce passe dans cet extrait?A/ContextualisationNick Carraway quitte la région du Middle-West pour s'installer à New York. Voulant sa part du rêve américain, il vit désormais entouré d'un mystérieux millionnaire, Jay Gatsby, qui s'étourdit en fêtes mondaines, et de sa cousine Daisy et de son mari volage, Tom Buchanan, issu de sang noble. C'est ainsi que Nick se retrouve au cœur d'une situation délicate. En effet Jay Gatsby qui a eu une histoire avec Daisy veut a tout pris récupérer son amour passé par tous les moyens . Gatsby qui habite en face ,de l'autre cote de baie ,ou habite Tom et Daisy regarde sans cesse la lumiere verte pres de la maison de Daisy . Âpres une virée en ville sous haute tension opposant Jay gatsby a Tom buchanan , l'irréparable se produit : La nuit tombé , Daisy accompagné de Gatsby ,renverse involontairement la maitresse de son mari Tom. Le mari de cette maitresse veut alors se venger et prend a tord ,d'apres les propos de Tom , pour accusé Jay Gatsby .L'extrait présenté se passe le lendemain du drame .B/Résumé de l'extraitDans cet extrait , Nick est a son travail un peu tourmenté par le drame d'hier . Pendant ce temps ,Jay attend impatiemment dans sa piscine le coup de fil de Daisy dans l'espérance de fuir avec elle . Un homme armé s'approche dans la demeure de Gatsby . Daisy s'empare de son téléphone , Le téléphone de Gatsby sonne alors . Gatsby sort de sa piscine et soudainement le mari de la défunte maîtresse de Tom lui tire dans le dos et par la suite se suicide . Nick au téléphone est affolé par ce qu'il a entendu , et Daisy repose son telephone . Gatsby gît alors dans sa piscine sous les flash des photographe .II/Description et analyse de l'extrait .Description :la séquence commence par un travelling avant cadré en plan général sur la ville de New York . S'en suit ,sous ralenti,un travelling avant dans l'étage de l'immeuble où travaille Nick , les gens semble agité . Il y a ensuite un plan poitrine sur un des employés puis sur un autre, et s'en suit un travelling latéral droite gauche ,accompagné d'une mise au point sur Nick qui se trouve dans le fond de la salle . On passe alors par un raccords d'angle a un plan poitrine sur Nick . Durant toute cette partie , on a la voix de nick en son extradiegetique qui raconte la scène présenté .Analyse :Dans cette partie , il y a beaucoup de mouvements de caméra , de mouvements de personnage, le son des employé qui travaillent ,des téléphones , des plan courts, qui montre l'agitation qu'il y a dans...

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