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Term: Hitchcock’s Rule

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The “Hitchcock’s Rule” is a cinematographic principle which was coined by Alfred Hitchcock in his famous discussions with François Truffaut. The rule states that the size of an object in the frame should equal its importance in the story at that moment.

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