The example is Walt Disney Pictures 'Big Hero 6'; directed by Don Hall & Chris Williams.
This scene is a cliche negotiation scene where a child tries to convince an adult authority figure of some threat and fails miserably, only to flee at the threat of 'Hang on while I call your parents'!
|Invaders from Mars 1953|
This gives the scene far more visual and comedic interest.
|Wide Establishing shot|
Slow track in , some traffic goes by. The building is very traditional and old.
|Wide Interior Establishing|
Cut on head move of police man to...
The tape dispenser is in shot, priming the audience for the gag.
180 rule established with the cop.
Hiro's actions progress towards the lens, making him keen and eager to tell all.
|Detail of medium shot|
|Cut-away Medium Shot|
Cutting away to Baymax allowed the camera to cross the 180 line between the two humans.
|Medium Long shot|
|Detail of medium long shot|
Veeeeery slow blink.
|Medium c/u shot|
Because we have cut back this way we have crossed back over the 180 line ready for dialogue to continue.
Low battery symbol visually reinforces what Baymax is saying.
Cuts on blink to Baymax own view...
|Medium Close-up shot|
This is the moment that the cop says he is going to ring Hiro's parents. Time to go!
|Medium Two shot|
|Wide Reverse shot|
The narrative continues outside for a couple of shots.
|cut to exterior...|
The scene even performs well with no audio!!