Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Definition Of Suspense

Suspense is a feeling of uncertainty and tension caused by fear and danger. Suspense is used a lot in films in big events or dramatic moment's, to create excitement and anxiety. It helps to connect the audience to the film and anticipate on what is going to happen next. This makes the film more pleasurable and exciting for the viewer.

A Link to a video of Alfred Hitch Hock
on how to inject suspense and tension into a scene

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