But the master manipulator of mise-en-scène is back to what he does best in his fifth feature.
Since nothing was altered in the mise-en-scène of their love, why should their love itself be changed?
There is no pose about this town, no mise-en-scène, no stage-setting.
There is no mise-en-scène, no searching after recondite ideas, with Verrocchio.
It would seem that the dramatists have not so much influence in the matter of mise-en-scène as they might wish.
At any rate, the above lonely landmarks cannot affect our comprehensive estimate of the mise-en-scène.
Only their uniforms, the ribands and decorations, the mise-en-scène render them tolerable imitations of the average military man.
Thus the mise-en-scène of the Lubliner closing was excellent.
The mise-en-scène is then excellent, and Browning was always careful to make it right, fitting and enlivening.
The brilliant picture before him became the mise-en-scène of an opera, the babble of voices its chorus.
the physical setting for an action or event