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An OverTheShoulder shot is one of the most common shots in film and television. It frames a dialog speaker with the shoulder and back of the head of the character being spoken to. Along with the MediumTwoShot, it is one component of the OverOverTwoShot. A classic tactic for DoubleVision. Sometimes used as a variant of TheFaceless.

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An OverTheShoulder shot is one of the most common shots in film and television. It frames a dialog speaker with the shoulder and back of the head of the character being spoken to. Along with the MediumTwoShot, it is one component of the OverOverTwoShot.ShotReverseShot. A classic tactic for DoubleVision. Sometimes used as a variant of TheFaceless.


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An OverTheShoulder shot is one of the most common shots in film and television. It frames a dialog speaker with the shoulder and back of the head of the character being spoken to. Along with the MediumTwoShot, it is one component of the OverOverTwoShot. A classic tactic for DoubleVision.

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An OverTheShoulder shot is one of the most common shots in film and television. It frames a dialog speaker with the shoulder and back of the head of the character being spoken to. Along with the MediumTwoShot, it is one component of the OverOverTwoShot. A classic tactic for DoubleVision.
DoubleVision. Sometimes used as a variant of TheFaceless.


http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/vertigoovertheshoulder.jpg

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[[quoteright:300:[[Film/{{Vertigo}} http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/vertigoovertheshoulder.jpgjpg]]]]

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