In start of this scene the camera displays a panning shot from

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In start of this scene the camera displays a panning shot from Nash’s nurse grabbing the phone of the wall and advising the doctor about a “CODE RED” situation, as camera slowly makes it way to a suspicious stop relieving Nash’s room, where the camera then centers in around Nash sitting on the floor of his room with his garment soaked in blood as he’s tears his arm open looking for an implant he believes was placed in there. From here a close up shot of Nash moving his fingers around his open flesh as before releasing, a facial expression of confusement and disbelief is expressed relieving not only that there was no implant, but he had hallucinated the whole thing. This scene then being the first of Nash’s acceptance towards admitting he was sick as Nash’s dialogue was “The implant… I can’t find it… It’s gone….”. This scene then turns into an eye open for Nash himself, regardless of the previous fact that Nash would not accept his illness of having schizophrenia. From which he realised that the implant he thought had been implanted in his arm by the Department of Defense was not there.This incident gives Nash conscious that something is not right. Although he confused reality with hallucination, diode implants which Nash thought was placed in him hints that the technology that was used was not around during the Fifties. In the film Nash was portrayed using various techniques and unique ways that the dictator came up with through audio. Audio which was picked up throughout the film showed Nash’s true emotions as the music was appropriate considering the scene it was placed in. With no audio the viewers of the movies could never have captured the struggles and emotions Nash was feeling.Towards the end of scene the director added audio of an orchestra sound effect that starts off as with a lower volume then slowly increase effectively to emphasize that Nash is under serious examination after been found by his nurse in the terrible state he was in.The audience responses is manipulated by the director as during the film he shows mostly Nash’s point of view, by making the characters in the film in which Nash hallucinates due to his schizophrenia seem real. Whatever Nash’s see or feels the audience does also but because most of it is either made up or hallucations it confuses the viewer from reality. Though it seems confusing it also gains stronger attention from the audience as they become more and more suspicious of what is happening in the film. Howard, then awakens the audience by viewing some of the scene from Alias points of view were help the views understand that something is wrong, Nash is really sick and needs help. She is a caring character who helps Nash recover and understand the difference between reality and imaginary. This is similar to the film “Cinderella Man”. The scene where Nash’s searches for his implant in his arm, from which Nash is seen at his absolute bottom of life when he yet to understands that he is truly sick and everything that he thought was real life was only his fantasies. This is similar to the to scene where Braddock is additionally seen at his lower point of life where he has no money, no electricity or food to feed his children as they begin to get more and more sick. These 2 characters ( Nash and Braddock) seem to share a similar struggle, as they both face difficulties and challenges yet to overcome. Though the situations from both scenes are very different from, mathematical genius that suffers from schizophrenia in comparison to a man who struggles to provide for his family. In the beginning of “Cinderella Man”” the film maker demonstrates numerous camera shots of James actions and emotions. We at that point view a scene midway through were things have gotten so extreme for Braddock and his wife that they no longer can keep their three kids at home