The famous director Wong Kar Wai directed a film in the year 2000, “In the Mood for Love”. This film can be used to describe the role of cinematic vocabulary in a better way. Wong Kar Wai directs movies which are aggressively modern. “In the mood for love” is based on a story of two neighbors who discover that their spouses are having an affair. The two fell in love with each other while sharing their sorrows. Wong has toned down his aggressive style in this movie. The movie has less camera movement due to the reality that the director wants to portray. There’s a scene in which there’s an elaborate camera movement which catches the reflections of both the characters in a side to side tracking shot. The film is filled with passionate scenes which are picturized in an absolutely astounding way. The camera has played in expressing the emotions have made the efforts of the actors look secondary. This doesn’t mean that the actors haven’t played their part well; the actors have played their parts brilliantly. Wong is credited for many of his films for being an extremely successful filmmaker; he has been highly praised for his neat looking shots which are filmed in a simple manner but has a great impact on the viewers. “In the mood for love” is a master piece when it comes to the use of cinematic vocabulary, because of its sophistication.
The structure of feelings is an emerging concept that is an idea based on sociology in which the cinematic moments are expressed in the most delicate and least tangible parts of the movie which makes the cinematic experience full of emotions and feelings. The pattern of the structure of feelings includes impulses, tones and restraints. The structure of feelings is more appealing to the audience and is dependent on how the cultural values are shaped of the target audience. There is mostly more than one structure of feelings that appeal in a society. The importance of identifying the structure of feelings is that It can help a director to acknowledge how much of the emotional logic can be expressed culturally. The structure of feelings can sometimes derive away from the sensibilities that are required in the movie making process; therefore a sound balance should be maintained. It is important for the director to convey the emotions properly in a pattern and also with a certain amount of sensibility which can appeal to the audience in a better way. It is the audience that makes a film big. The success or a failure of a movie depends on how the message has been conveyed to the audience; a script which has the emotions following a certain pattern is more likely to appeal to the audience rather than a haphazard script.