Hannibal cinematography: time lapse
Time lapse is a technique in which the frequency at which frames are captured is lower than the frequency at which they are viewed, giving the impression of time flying by. Executive Producer David Slade describes the use of time lapse for establishing location shots as a deliberate choice to invoke uncertainty in the audience. Such shots suggest an ambiguity over the passage of time, so that the viewer is unsure how much time has passed between scenes. [x]
Dumbledore: “and with 350 points Slytherin wins the house cup
But I have a few extra points to give out
500 points to Dumbledore for being the best headmaster”
*house flags all change to Dumbledore’s face*
the new ask meme: send me literally anything and ill tell you something i hate about it
"En stirps nobilis et gens antiquissima Black."
"I see she didn’t waste any time…"
Sirius had known the cost for leaving, but he’d thought - hoped even - that he’d be long gone when his mother blasted his face from the family tree. He hadn’t been prepared for how much it would hurt him after all.
“I think you should go now”, Regulus said, avoiding his brother’s eyes.
If we were all a little more like Remus Lupin the world would be a better place.