The topic of the weathering with you in your kitchen sink setting is very important because we are not going to discuss those mentioned in any of the auteur article that you may have. Instead, we will focus on that particular weathering system that's mentioned in this very Serie, Weather Underground Movie. Let's take a look at how this system works. What will happen when we see a lady with blonde hair as she takes off her top and heads down the stairs and in the basement to find herself lost?
When it comes to the weathering with you in your kitchen sink setting, this series is well worth the price of admission. The second act of this specific scene is simply magical. First, it starts with a long shot of the interior of the house being almost completely dark. Then, the director zooms in and focuses on the light beam coming from a bedroom window. All of the rooms are lit up as we move forward into the scene.
As the camera continues down the staircase and into the basement, we get a view of a room that has a full-length mirror over the doorway. We see ourselves in the reflection of the mirror. As we go through, we also come across a stone fireplace and then finally a pair of sliding glass doors that lead to the basement.
Now, the next shot is the lobby area. We see a couple taking a break on the couch while two other people go by. And as they continue to move about, we can also see the stairs leading down to the lobby below. As the person next to them stands up, we also see a female voice mention a certain white van parked right outside the lobby of their hotel.
As we move into the hallway and pass several people in the foyer, we can see that a long dark hallway passes out to the end of the foyer area. Once again, we see ourselves in the hallway.
We then see the van parked in the hallway and the bathroom door shut behind us. The camera continues to move along and we're able to hear the elevator go up and down throughout the next three scenes.
We then follow the couple up the stairs and through the lobby as they exit the bathroom and head for the elevator. The door in the lobby opens and we see the driver exiting the elevator in a red suit and hat and we're then shown him standing there, the rest of the people standing behind him, and then we see the first of a series of announcements regarding their arrival at their hotel.
In the final scene of the film, we're showing them arriving at their hotel and everything that happens between the opening scene and the - very nice - credits. As you can tell, weathering with you in your kitchen sink setting is pretty impressive. Now, if you have a chance to check out this wonderful Movie, I highly recommend that you take a look.