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This brilliant video essay by Now You See It breaks down how a character’s voice and the ways in which it is heard by the audience can tell a lot about their status and mental state in a film. The essay focuses on Daniel Day Lewis’ Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood, and how the character controls camera movement, plot and other characters through the use of his voice.

Video Essay|Vocal Control|There Will Be Blood|Daniel Day Lewis

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