- Words: 964
- Length: 3 Pages
- Topic: Music
- Paper #: 73517009
.. is, in the end, a sign of its odd sense of mastery. The technical advancements of the film... are unimpeachable and strangely casual" (45). As we learn from Corso, the quest for information leaves us wondering as the final scene in the Ninth Gate does.
Polanski pays special attention to objects, particularly hands, to emphasize their importance. In the Pianist, Szpilman's hands open and close the film, indicating their value