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The Suit-Up Doctrine: 8 Commandments For Determining A Suit-Up Scene
Suit-up scenes are generally shot the same, with quick cuts and close-ups.
A suit-up scene must contain at least 3 items. Items can be anything from a hand grenade to a bow tie.
At least 2 of these items must be seen in a close-up shot.
A suit-up scene is not a person getting dressed. Yet, a person dressing up can be a suit-up scene, if it follows the above three guidelines.
A suit-up scene can fall into any genre of movie.
We do not accept suit-up scenes from TV or music videos. (*Exceptions may apply)
Suit-up items are considered anything that will be worn or adorned on the body in the scene.
Suit-up scenes must contain a humanoid or human-like/animal subject. An object (such as a house or car) does not fall into the realm of a suit-up scene.
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