"Never mind dear, perhaps you'll win the next one."
"There he is."
"Why don't we wish for two hundred pounds!"
During this cold and wet night, the fireplace is representing a bright light in this scene. Using the wide shot to capture what the characters are doing.
As the gate banged loudly and the heavy footsteps came toward the door, Sergeant Morris had finally arrived. The old man open the door with a condole expression. This scene was captured using wide shot.
"Honey, it isn't our son!"
"I need to see my son, Herbert!"
Sergeant Morris started to mention about the monkey's paw. Herbert suggested that his father shall wish for two hundred pounds. After he wished for two hundred pound, something bad had happened. This scene would capture close ups or wide shots.
Suddenly, Mr. White received news about his son death. The monkey's paw had changed his fate. The White's family received two hundred pounds. This scene was filmed using wide spread shots to show the entire action going on.
The Whites had one more wish to spare, and Mrs. Whites wished for his son back alive again. This scene filmed close ups to show the reactions of both Mr. and Mrs. White.
Sadly, Mr. and Mrs. White didn't get back their son, Herbert. The lesson was to be careful on what you wish for. This scene showed it in wide shots.