bookends
  a term denoting scenes at the beginning and end of a film that complement each other and help tie a film together; aka framing device
  Example: the view of Xanadu's gate in Citizen Kane (1941)

Glossary of cinematic terms . 2015.

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  • Bookends — Album par Simon et Garfunkel Sortie 3 avril 1968 Enregistrement septembre 1966, janvier 1967, juin 1967, octobre 1967 – février 1968 Durée 29:13 Genre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bookends — Studioalbum von Simon and Garfunkel Veröffentlichung 1968 Label Columbia Records …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bookends — UK [ˈbʊkendz] US [ˈbʊkˌendz] noun [plural] a pair of objects that you put at each end of a row of books to stop them from falling over Thesaurus: describing books and relating to bookshyponym parts of booksmeronym …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bookends — This article is about the 1968 Simon and Garfunkel album. For other uses, see Bookend (disambiguation). Bookends Studio album by Simon Garfunkel …   Wikipedia

  • Bookends — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • bookends — n. a pair of bookends * * * a pair of bookends …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bookends — noun An ace and a ten as a starting hand in Texas hold em as the cards are the first and last in a top straight …   Wiktionary

  • bookends — book|ends [ buk,endz ] noun plural a pair of objects that you put at each end of a row of books to stop them from falling over …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bookends — n. heavy object used to support a row of books …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bookends — UK [ˈbʊkendz] / US [ˈbʊkˌendz] noun [plural] a pair of objects that you put at each end of a row of books to stop them from falling over …   English dictionary

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