And as far as we now know the meaning of the phenomenon we are talking about today, we are all set to move forward and discover what techniques in movies cause the emergence of uncanny. First of all, it is necessary to acknowledge the role of the structure which becomes the basis for the uncanny in films to appear, furthermore, this structure is at the same time the canonical formula for fear in cinema. It's very simple - the movie starts with a very basic story, which is not frightening at all, but on the contrary - very realistic and understandable.In order to understand the source of the "uncanny" first of all it is necessary to turn to its german origin - unheimlich, the noun which consists of the negative prefix un and the word heimlich, meaning cozy, native. This is important because the uncanny is opposed to something that is known to people. However, Freud writes that not everything unfamiliar causes a feeling of fear, so here it is important to pay attention to the fact that, on the one hand, a negative prefix creates a meaning opposite to the familiar - mysterious, hidden, but on the other hand, the root of the word itself remains in place, as if showing that the uncanny is hidden in something familiar, long time ago being repressed, but has not being disappeared anywhere - the negative prefix un is a kind of a "mark of repression".