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This is an medium/long shot to present the characters but also to show the location. This shot will help the viewers understand the scene. Here in this shoot, they are two friends having a walk and talking so we can see that they don't have any tension between them but as they have their own scene, we can guess that they will be important in the film later on.
This image could resemble the 180 degree rule. This is done in order to maintain spatial relationship between people and objects. In this shot, it seems that they are having a business talk as the area around them seems to be quite expensive and smart, which could resemble the white mans wealth.
This is a long shot. This is to help the audience to see the whole of the scene to understand the story clearer. This image is to show the food diner the man will enter. This gives a story line of the film as we expect something is going to happen in there.
Though not a good example, however this would have equalled to a over the shoulder shot. This includes the audience and makes them feel involved in the conversation. This is a business meeting and seems to be quite serious which creates tension in the scene. This tells the audience these three might be enemies or businessmen.