The Spectator is always kept in mind when creating a film. Directors have to constantly keep in mind what the spectator will be thinking at any particular moment. Any small and minuit inappropriate detail could take a spectator out of the story and cause them to question or reject the story. The best films keep the spectator distracted from any small hiccups and keep them involved in the story.
The spectator is always in the back of the mind of the director. In most cases the director is making the film for profit. The only way a director will make profit is If his or her film is interesting and if it is easy for the spectator to follow. The director must view their film in a way that would allow them to potentially expect the reactions from their spectators.
The spectator is always kept in mind when the director is making the stories. Everything in the movies are thought out throughly and each thing keeps the spectator in mind. when they make the title they think of what the spectator will think when they see the title. they think of how the audience will react to specific scenes as well. the audience has more power in the film then they know and they do not even have to do anything
The spectator plays an important part in the making of a film. In order for the film to be successful, the director has to constantly think about his spectators and how they will react to what they see. Because of this, the director has to make sure the film remains interesting and appropriate for the intended spectators throughout the course of the film.
The spectator is constantly interacting with a movie’s narrative and willing to adapt to it or reject it at a moment’s notice. Once a movie begins, the spectator begins to define the narrative from the opening scenes until the credits. Many spectators will even judge the movie based on the title before they even begin watching it. The spectator constantly subjects the narrative to questions and because of this the director has to keep them in mind while creating the film.
If a director of any film throughout the history of film making ever claimed to have produced a movie without the constant reference to how the spectator would act or react, I would be baffled. It is simply not true. I don’t believe it is physically possible to produce a movie without some thought before, during or after of the spectator. That is how crucial the role of the spectator is. The spectator has the film in the palm of their hands, their reaction to the film or how they might perceive a certain narrative within the film could make or break the entire backbone of the film in the eyes of the public. The director must keep a close eye on the movie throughout production to ensure that every detail is perfect and that everything will be received well by the spectator. The spectator is essentially the puppet master of the directors in this industry. 🙂
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