Shot-Reverse-Shot

Schuss-Gegenschuss (engl. Shot-Reverse-Shot) ist eine Technik der Filmmontage. Man bezeichnet damit eine Sequenz von Einstellungen, die insbesondere in Dialogsituationen gebräuchlich ist. Dabei werden die Darsteller während ihres Dialoges abwechselnd gezeigt. So spricht Darsteller A („Schuss“), daraufhin wird die Reaktion von Darsteller B gezeigt („Gegenschuss“). Dabei bewegt sich die Kamera nur auf einer Seite der Dialogachse.

Siehe auch: Achsensprung


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