The cinematography of In Paradise.
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A film's cinematography should interpret and render the various elements of the story in visual terms and add levels of meaning that enhance the action and dialogue. Lighting, framing and camera movement should be used to illustrate the mood, tone and themes of the film. The cinematography of In Paradise utilizes low-key lighting to set the dark mood and tone of the story, as well as diverse composition and a combination of smooth and handheld camera movement techniques to reflect the emotion and energy of the story.