Images have the power to interpret facts: an image can give a fact new meaning, film images are designed to present the visual truth of the subject, but also creates shades of meaning through its representation. The image as presentation or representation: the image as presentation suggests the film communicates the details of the world realistically. The image as presence and text: for our purposes we will identify two conventions of understanding additional imagistic value: It is the immediacy of truth that the image represents that we understand. It engages us and allows us to enter into an enjoyment of the subsequent images. Imbues conflict movement and conflict with energy: psychological image, refers to a style of filmmaking which privileges the emotional or internal viewpoint of the subject, emotional vitality, reflects the point of view of the character. We notice extraordinary uses of texture, line, colour and composition.