He Got Game
Lee uses visual images to enhance their material in the areas of hopes and dreams. Remember the opening scene, which wants to establish the power of basketball as a sport and an obsession. He could have given a montage of hot action the NBA, but no: music Aaron Copland used a series of scenes in which American children, rich, and poor, black, white, kindergartens, and parks playing the game. All you need is a ball and a hoop; compared with this simple, Jerry Seinfeld notes when we go to other sports that are encouraging wash. This allusion opening corresponds closing shot “bad game” in which Lee goes beyond reality to find the perfect way to end your movie: The final image is simple and very fast, and goes beyond words or empty to the core to summarize the story to watch movie, I’m sorry to be removed in the number of directors of the rest of the rhythm of television, where the exchange of dialogue groups of people the films are not just talking about the film; They can provide images that turn.