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Long shot; High key; Diegetic when the birds are chirping; Eye-line match because is shows the beautiful flowers then to her face.
Low key shows that Lizabeth is trying to sleep; High angle to show that Lizabeth is trying to go to sleep; Fade of light as she lays down; Diegetic when the wind blows and makes the scene kinda disturbing
OH MY GOODNESS. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE LIZABETH?????
Long shot; Low key when she walks to Miss Lottie's house at night; Diegetic when she walks to Miss Lottie's and the dogs are barking; Establishing shot.
I'm sorry Miss Lottie, I understand what I did wrong and i am more mature now.
Long shot; High key; non-diegetic because she is regretting herself in her head; eye-line match because it shows the horrible disaster then to her face.
Two shot; Long shot; High key; Diegetic when the birds are flying because she is yelling. non-diegetic because when she walks out and sees the flowers thoughts are going through her head.
Two shot; Long shot; High key; non-diegetic as miss Lottie is forgiving her in her head.
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