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Compare the editing of George Lucas in Love to that of Sherlock Jr. do the shots in each text cooperate? Collide? How does each film shape your sense of time and space through editing?

In the video “George Lucas in Love,” it is about a man who from University of Southern California has to finish his work before he graduates. The whole scene is similar to the classic movie “Star war.” Most of the characters in the video are also similar to “Star war” too. We can see like Yoda, Jabba the Hutt, R2-D2… In the movie “Sherlock Jr.,”it is about a man with a kind heart his dream is become a detective, but what he does is working in a theater. The movie started with he tried to get a gift to his girl friend, but he doesn’t have enough money to do it. So he got the one dollar one instead of three dollars one. But he is not the one prepared a gift for the lady; there have another guy got the three dollars gift. He got the money that he sold the watch he stolen. Sherlock Jr. was so sad that everyone think he stole the watch because another guy put the receipt in his pocket. “George Lucas in Love” is a short movie that it is only eight minutes, “Sherlock Jr.” is a long movie that its running time is one and half hours. They both created emotions that make audience concentrate to the movie; they both created humor, romantic moments and logical period for people to think about what is coming up. We can see the example like George Lucas talked to his classmate and teachers who resemble to Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi… The conversations between that easily make them to think the relative on both movies. The dream that Sherlock Jr. is so different than what he was in reality. He is smart and heroic. He finds out the scheme of the bad persons, and take the treasure back to the people who own it. Structure-relation between shots of the movies, they both have two…...

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