9 Film Terms You Should Know, Film Companion
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Freeze/ freeze-frame

9 Film Terms You Should Know, Film Companion

When a single frame is repeated over several frames, giving the illusion of a still photograph in which the action has ceased, it is called a freeze or freeze-frame. One of the most famous uses of this technique was the final shot of François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows (1959). Director Satyajit Ray, admittedly inspired by it, ended his film Charulata (1964) with a series of freeze-frames.

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