I love the Tarzan movie, and I'm always a little skeptic about any sort of reproduction of any one or multiple parts of the movie or characters. This however lived up to my expectations, and I'm quite happy with the character presentation.
The technique itself is quite direct and simple, shot head-on and without any angling. While this style of photography may be used often, it fits the photo and compliments it perfectly.
The expression on her face isn't very expressive, and this makes me question if this is actually supposed to tell me something or if it's just a scene from the movie that isn't meaningful. Also I understand the purpose of all the makeup around the eyes, but it's very visible and rather raw.
As I said before, her expression is blank and I'm not sure about what the impact is supposed to be. The technique is very used and basic, but I also said it works very well with this photo.
That hat was weird. Several minutes of flying around in the air, twisting and turning and spinning in circles did nothing to dislodge it, and then it finally falls off right at the end of the chase. And then at the end, all it takes for her to lose it is jumping two feet out of a boat. It's like it knows when it's dramatically convenient for Jane to lose her hat.