Mise-en-scene literally means ‘placed in the scene’.
Mise-en-scene refers to anything that the director chooses to film. Every element of mise-en-scene is carefully selected to communicate meaning, and mise-en-scene work along with other micro elements of film language to communicate an overall idea which helps tell the story of the film.
Here is a presentation on Mise-en-Scene:
Please complete a mise-en-scene analysis, using C.L.A.M.P.S on the still in the slides below. What ideas is Guillermo Del Torro communicating through the selection of mise-en-scene?
Here is a link to a video of the sequence – there are no subtitles, but this is fine. Film is a visual art (meaning is communicated primarily by what we see).