Taylor swift love story analysis
Literary devices in love story by taylor swift
For instance, when they first meet each other in the ballroom, the way in which the actors interact with each other demonstrate a connection that only they share, which is something that the audience want to have. For example, the line See the lights see the party, the ball gowns. So she begs him to take her somewhere private from the prying eyes. Through mis-en-scene, the inter-textual references can be understood more easily which allows the audience to familiarise with them. And if that had just gone a little bit differently, it could have been the best love story ever told. Watch the clip below. The female tends to wear lighter coloured gowns, predominantly gold and white. This is also an example of the use of an archetypal character. She portrays herself as the princess and Romeo as the prince as in the fairy tales. I used to be in high school where you see [a boyfriend] every day. Or is it really not happening? She got tired. For instance, the settings used indicate a difference in time. The fact that the main stars are indeed a male and a female is reflective of conventional love stories between man and woman the typical binary opposite within pop music videos.
He assures that she will never have to be alone again. There is a constant need to expose of the conflict affiliated with man vs. They are forbidden to see each other, but their love is so strong that she is willing to run away with him.
This is a vital techniques for creating connections between the filming and the lyrics, something that I want to utilise in my own music video. The song is fairly upbeat, as it is a hybrid of country and pop, so the guitar plucking throughout the music video is a constant, hence making the entire music video altogether free flowing yet rhythmic and dynamic.
Watch the clip below.
But troubles are brewing. Love is always difficult. She sees this handsome man making his way towards her through the crowd.
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