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Definition of the noun Canted Angle
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- [context: TV, cinematography] A camera angle which is deliberately slanted to one side, sometimes used for dramatic effect to help portray unease, disorientation, frantic or desperate action, intoxication, madness, etc.
- synonym: Dutch tilt
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by Josef Steiff
Canted angle means that the horizon line is not parallel with the bottom line ...
Body and Soul (2004)
The Cinematic Vision of Robert Aldrich by Tony Williams
The canted angle is a familiar film noir technique (used ad nauseam in Carol Reed's 1949 film The Third Man). These unusually filmed daylight scenes suggest that Charlie's success in the American dream involves aberrant undertones.
1974-1982 by Nicholas Rombes
A sunny day, the camera capturing in a weirdly canted angle the shadowrich side of an apartment building, and the plane ...
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Canted angle Meaning
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