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(film or video) The juxtaposition of two contrasting images which can be interpreted as having an analogous thematic meaning: for example, a shot of a passionate kiss followed by a shot of fireworks exploding signifies explosive passion. Compare dialectical montage; Kuleshov effect.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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