Based on sounds effects, the producer has utilized love and cultural music backgrounds that provide the audience with similar themes to those presented by the characters.
The scene offers the audience with an insight of the themes and characterization aspects in the movie. The segment also provides a general overview of the film due to the presence of the main characters and an example of what happens to most of the mistresses after joining the royal family. Visual themes (Mise en scène) have also had the effect of providing a perfect scene in terms of costumes, lighting, design and color (Maslin).
The scene also serves as part of the movie’s title due to the presence of the red lanterns that have to be lit after any of the mistresses spends the night with Chen. The selected part also presents knowledge on the use of the lanterns during the welcoming and preparing the new mistresses to the family. Additionally, the scene has presents love and Chinese cultural themes that prevail in the film.
The scene has a close relationship with the film’s production due to its design. The segment has utilized most of the aspects of productions as set by the director, mostly the movie’s title. There is the presence of editing benefits since most of the scenes includes the same setting; hence, reducing costs in the production of the movie. The audience is also thrilled by the background of the movie based on the Chinese culture and a connecting with the movie’s title.
The scene has exposed a variety of themes that have been portrayed in the entire film. For instance, poverty and dissatisfaction that are present in other segments of the movie have been strongly presented in the scene. The red lanterns act as symbols of Songlians suffering from the introduction of the film. Additionally, the scene present’s part of the title, proving the audience with