One of the reasons George Miller's action scenes work so well and make so much sense is because they are grounded in the character’s point of view. By doing this he literally puts you into the action using nonverbal visual, almost operatic, storytelling—something Hitchcock would call “pure cinema." Edited by Rishi Kaneria (@rishikaneria) Music by Girl Talk Footage taken from: Mad Max Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome WARNING: Music contains explicit lyrics.
Part 1- From this film called, 'Be Afraid', an point of view shot is used to startle us by forcing us to see the creatures hatred towards Annabelle fletcher. The shot makes the audience resilient by engaging them in to the creatures perspective of the woman in the bath tub.