The first paragraph presents a cinematic technique and contains enough textual evidence from Burton s films to show the writer understands how the use of high angles creates an effect in a convincing way.
When Peggy first encounters him, there is a sort of irony because she sees that he is a loner, therefore she thinks he is unhappy. But, as the story unfolds we see that it is Peggy and the other conformists that are actually unhappy. Similarly, it is used in Edward Scissorhands, when Edward is holding Kim and he thinks back to the time when his inventor died.
Having scissors for hands makes him Edward quite different then every other character in this film. Inside it is colorful and awesome.
Also he is kind of strange because of way he dresses his characters in his films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Alice in Wonderland. When Willy Wonka opens the door to the edible room the camera zooms in.
Edward, in Edward Scissorhands, is a man created by an inventor. Edward is portrayed as threatening, but later is revealed as kind and, therefore, an anti-hero.
The town that Peg lives in is bright and cheerful looking. He uses flashbacks, gothic theme, and irony in order to be recognized from the films he directs and creates.