Not only because it features a vicious jump cut
before the Bears top pick explodes around the left edge and eight yards in, but because Nagy admits he didn't see it the first time.
One ape flings his bone into the air and (here comes the most famous jump cut
in cinema history!) it morphs into a spaceship.
Just when you think you see what's happening, he cuts it to the next shot or uses a jump cut
, none of which add anything to the film except disorientation.
At the time of CineAction's inception, the author was dead (an editor of Jump Cut
commented on my submission of Max Ophuls' Caught, whether I was seriously suggesting that Ophuls intended the lucid critique of women's oppression dramatized in the film) and semiotics didn't always allow for a film's nuance, complexity or ambiguity in its theoretical grid.
Libby Fischer Hellmann; JUMP CUT
; Poisoned Pen Press (Fiction: Mystery) 15.95 ISBN: 9781464205194
The perceived jump cuts
may have been intended as representations of separate actions rather than one continuous action (in which case the notion of a jump cut
is less relevant).
Staunton writes expertly with the voice and mentality of a teenage boy, as he did in his 2012 YA novel, Jump Cut
. He captures Danny's teenaged naivety and wry humour combined with a bullish determination to survive.
A jump cut
is an edit point that is visible to the audience because it combines two shots that are too similar or too different to form an invisible match cut.
The story begins with a disrespected jump cut
, an image jumping from one screen position to another, labeled as a film faux pas soon after its birth.
I know that sounds like a ridiculous thing to say, particularly given that police officers were engaged in the use of excessive force against the youths but was that a jump cut
I noticed in the video handed in anonymously to Politis newspaper?
Although made in 1968, it is still cited as the greatest sci-fi film ever made and certainly boasts one of the greatest film moments - the jump cut
from prehistoric bone to spaceship.
Buzz terms such as "first step explosion," "stick 'n go," "jump cut
," and "C.O.D." (change of direction) have all become part of coaching vernacular.