The shots were clean nice and simple. I thought the movie overall was a simple movie that had a lot of extra features that slightly added to the film. The filters were nice and kind of glossy to add to the snowy feel of the movie. It gave me a cold feel and really blended well with the movie. I think the director intended it to be this way so that not only the setting and mood would be set but so that the gloominess would help the story move forward as a whole.
She was walking through the street and the shots changed quite a lot. It changed from wide angle to a tight angle and that really added to the intensity of the film. I personally felt it was helpful because within any movie when there is an intense moment coming up a person usually has a tight shot to show her/his expression so that the audience can see their pain, sadness, happiness, etc.
This film had no talking and barely any sound which i thought helped the movie a lot because it made me pay attention the the character as well as what was around her. When the girl saw her own reflection and then realized that there was a doll that looked just like her behind her it was intense because it was a close tight shot that showed her surprised and confused expression that really added to the film.
Overall I thought this movie was good and interesting. It caught my attention throughout. I was very pleased with it though it left me with questions: Who was the master mind behind this idea? Who was creating and watching after these dolls?
Im not sure how this would help the movie but i guess the director wanted the movie to be mysterious because throughout the film that is what i kept referring too. The mystery of the film.
The movie was great and the ending was even better. The girl is now trapped within her own doll and when the movie ends a new doll, a redhead, is set in the front window indicating that a new girl is going to come by, see the doll and be trapped like the hundreds of others.