Sunday, 6 March 2011



Intertextuality is a term used to describe visual references in film. Often, modern films use the same camera angles/shots, editing techniques, aspects of mise en scene, or music that has been used in iconic scenes, as a sort of

The best example of this is Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho', probably the most famous thriller of all time, as it features several camera angles, editing techniques, music motifs, and cuts which have been replicated in countless films since it was made in 1960.

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