Published on January 30, 2014
MUSIC VIDEOANALYSIS Jason Derulo – Marry Me shot Shot type & movement: ANALYSIS Over the shoulder shot of someone looking at rings in a jewelry shop which symbolizes that he is interested in getting married and proposing. It gives the video a happy but also emotional vibe to it. The shot used means we don’t see the face of the person, which adds mystery to the video as well. We can clearly see that the person is looking at rings, so the camera angle is quite close up. Music/lyrics: Instrumental/Intro of song. shot Shot type & movement: Edit: It then cuts to the outside of the jewelers, showing the name of the shop. ANALYSIS This scene is a wide shot which shows the room and the things that are in it. The scene shows the artist proposing to his real life girlfriend/fiancé. It gives the video a romantic feel to it, the orange/sunset shaded lighting in the room also helps to create this. It cuts to the scene in the kitchen which shows the two people laughing and messing around, before cutting back to this scene. It cuts back and forth from both scenes multiple times throughout the video, starting off slow so we can establish more of what is going on in that particular scene, but then the cuts get faster and we only see glimpses of what is going on in each scene. Music/lyrics: ‘Will you marry me?’ shot Shot type & movement: Edit: Cuts back and forth from this scene to the kitchen scene. ANALYSIS We then get another wide shot and this time we see the artist in a jewelers looking at rings. It often cuts back to the scene above and then back to this scene. His facial expression shows that he is thinking carefully about what ring to choose. The angle the shot is at, shows us that the jewelry shop looks quite posh, expensive and materialistic, gathering by the gold candle holders, everything is made out of glass and lets a lot of light in, giving the video a more bright and happy vibe to it. Music/lyrics: ‘Would you marry me, baby?’ Edit: Cuts to the scene with the piano and back to this scene multiple times.
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