**A parenthetical element is a phrase that adds extra information to the sentence but could be removed without changing the meaning of the sentence-**grammarly*.*
1.This strange inertia of the camera, its refusal to get involved in the drama, renders the film superficial and the drama diseffecting.
2.Morning all, up bright and early, ready to start the day.
Is the first examples parenthetical element a phrase? The definition suggests phrases are parenthetical but you could have a sentence with em-dashes...would that not be parenthetical too.
Also, is my other example accurate for an interruption?