Special use of montage editing was also found in the intimate scenes between Liuda and Volodia and in the scenes where Liuda goes for the abortion.
The camera angles used in the movie was mostly static though we can find some traces of wide angled shots. Various close shots were incorporated in the movie to highlight the expression of the principal characters in the movie. Wide angled shots were also incorporated to provide a view of the city. The movie also has a wonderful use of the full circle progression which perfectly suits the purpose.
The arrangement of the people and the overall composition of the film were satisfactory. Especially in the depiction of the character of the protagonist, the overall arrangement of the shots was done carefully so that the meaning of the sequence can be portrayed efficiently. Special focus was provided to depict the economic condition of the three central characters in the story. The director used a small room in the movie and creates a mis –en –scene for great purpose which was full of richness. The characters in the movie were never in a position of striking a pose inside the room and whenever such instances were noticed it portrayed a deep subconscious meaning.
Bed and Sofa aimed at depicting the realities of the people belonging to the working section of Moscow and also identified the sexual relationship between the three characters in the movie. Thus the use of a single room and the ambience created in the room to depict the poverty in the life of the characters and the confinement which was thoroughly felt by the female character in the movie .
Much stress was provided in the choice over correct costume to depict the poverty associated in the life of the two men and the women who managed to survive in a single room. So use of much lavish make up was not seen as the director aimed to provide a hard core look of reality.
The role played by the three