Films are expressed through systems such as cinematography sound and lighting among other special effects that help the director to tell the story. They are important as they help to communicate emotions, time and setting, and other motives that the actors and the story writer intends to pass to the audience, that is, it helps to convey meaning and generate attachment. Culture is a dynamic process that influences behavior and expectation of or from an individual that associates with a particular institution or community. It comprises of things that make sense of life within a particular setting. Language falls within it. Ferdinand de Saussure, the father of European semiotics, refutes the notion that language is a system of nomenclature, saying that people do not simply invent names and word, Cultures around the world share certain objects and concepts, and the thing that has the most significance to each of them has more detailed description that in other communities. For instance, the Eskimos have more words for snow than any other society due to its significance to them. Aboriginals did not need money for their daily operations, and therefore, it has no name in their language. Language does not label, but constructs the reality in a manner than can be spoken. Film shares the same concept. The image of a man creates the mental dimensions of a man, but the image could reveal his culture and mood, among other details depending on the angle of the camera, amount of lighting, his position within the frame, color texture and richness, processing, or tinting, along with the makeup used. The above-mentioned aspects along with the camera and sound are the most important communicators of a story to be told to the audience. Editing solely depends on the kind of content that has been captured at the time of action.