An exploration of the commonalities found in films mostly shot in a single room. Films explored are Alfred Hitchcock's ROPE (1948) and DIAL 'M' FOR MURDER (1954), Terence Young's WAIT UNTIL DARK (1967), and Quentin Tarantino's THE HATEFUL EIGHT (2015).
This video was made in Jason Mittell's Videographic Criticism class at Middlebury College and is meant for academic purposes only.
Presented at Middlebury College Student Symposium (2018).
For more information on me and this essay, visit willdigravio.com/2017/12/27/oneroom/
Article written about the essay on Film School Rejects: filmschoolrejects.com/art-single-room-film/
Featured on Filmscalpel: filmscalpel.com/single-room-films/
Blog post by Jason Mittell on my essay and four other great essays by my classmates: justtv.wordpress.com/2018/05/13/new-video-essays-from-my-students-and-me/