All this has happened, quite unconsciously, in a fraction of a second, not nearly long enough for the viewer to be aware of the passage of time or to notice the cut which has slipped by in the interim. The cut to the second scene should be made from 3 to 5 frames ahead of the point at which his eyes reenter the frame at the opposite side of the screen. Contrary to common belief, the action cut does not require a measurable difference in image size. The rhythm of movement must be maintained even if the cut has to be shortened or lengthened by a few frames. It is best analyzed in an examination of the exit-entrance cut. Often an action overlap of 3 to 5 frames is desirable. Because his vision has been "diverted" by the apparently awkward eye movement across the width of the screen.
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