Editing: The Illusion of Continuity. Edit: To select and arrange processed segments of motion-picture film. Continuity Editing: Film editing that maintains an uninterrupted time, action and setting within each scene of a narrative film.
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Shot/Reverse Shot: Any pair of shots in which the second shot reveals what is on the other side of the previous shot
Takes: shots made during the production of a film
Eyeline Matches: continuity editing dictates that if a character is looking in a certain direction in one shot, he/she should be looking in the same direction in the following shot
(aspects of Classical Hollywood Style)
Cutaway Shot: A shot that briefly interrupts the visual presentation of a subject to show something else