Scenes

Some articles on scenes:

Blighty (TV Channel) - Identity
... This is seen on a large scale flying behind the scenes depicted in front ... These scenes include many people and centre on a number of typically British themes rain, with large wellies, business men with umbrellas and people camping sun with beach scenes, and other summer activities tea ...
Interstate '76 Nitro Pack - Synopsis
... In a step backwards from its predecessor, most cut-scenes for the expansion were rendered using the games graphics engine the original used per-rendered cut-scenes ... This limited the setting of the cut-scenes to outdoor areas and cars only no people were shown and dialog took place using CB radio communication between the vehicles ...
Waiting For A Star To Fall - Music Video
... directed by Australian director Claudia Castle, features scenes of the duo singing the song on a beach, and scenes of the duo singing inside a house with Merrill also playing the piano ... Also featured are scenes of a group of children playing with bubbles ...
Tenjho Tenge - Reception - Anime
... The animation done during the fight scenes is done in real time and is done as close to reality as possible while still bending, and often violating, the laws of physics ... The early fight scenes are thought to be the "...most intense seen in recent anime" ... The quality of animation in these scenes does drop somewhat over time, but the action still looks better than the average fighting anime ...

Famous quotes containing the word scenes:

    O scenes of the beautiful world! Never have you presented yourself to more appreciative eyes.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)

    Never before has a generation of parents faced such awesome competition with the mass media for their children’s attention. While parents tout the virtues of premarital virginity, drug-free living, nonviolent resolution of social conflict, or character over physical appearance, their values are daily challenged by television soaps, rock music lyrics, tabloid headlines, and movie scenes extolling the importance of physical appearance and conformity.
    Marianne E. Neifert (20th century)

    One reason writers write is out of revenge. Life hurts; certain ideas and experiences hurt; one wants to clarify, to set out illuminations, to replay the old bad scenes and get the Treppenworte said—the words one didn’t have the strength or ripeness to say when those words were necessary for one’s dignity or survival.
    Cynthia Ozick (b. 1928)