Plot: Sebastian and Mia are drawn together by music and dance, which they both love. But as success mounts they are faced with decisions that begin to fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart. In the end, Mia marries to another man, however she still loves Sebastian.
Camera Shots and Angles: There are so many different scenes to describe, herefore most of the scenes are long shots. Close up and mid shots are used to described objects, that very important for the scene and the movie itself, more clearly
Mise-en-Scene: There are a lot of scenes where the setting is a movie set. I loved how the directed inherted the set feeling. It made the movie more realistic, even though the movie is a musical. The lighting of the movie is using brightm however when their is a intent scene the lighting changes.
What I like: I really liked how the director made the movie, it was creative. There has been so many scenes where the director combines music, and scenes so well. Click here to see my favorite scene. Also,the most famous scene of the movie, where Mia and Sabestian dance during the sunset, is so classic and unique.