English Assignment

English Assignment

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  • PRISON CELL #274
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  • Actor movement: Matthew (the prisoner) is thinking about poisoning George (the man behind his conviction). Camera movement: Zomming to his face (close up) - To emphasize how his revenge will satisfy him. Soundtrack: Dark and low music - To show the state of the prison. (Non-diegetic)
  • Actor movement: Ambling out the hotel, George is oblivious to the fact that he is sipping a poisoned drink Camera movement: Panning (long shot, low key lighting) to show him as he staggers and stumbles to the ground Soundtrack: Low bass music (Non-diegetic) and footsteps followed by a thump made when he falls. (Diegetic)
  • Actor movement: A deafening scream is heard as Matthew falls to his death and an unknown person (with blonde hair) is walking away which creates confusion as to the real culprit. The audience wonders if the murderer is Helen or John. Camera movement: Panning down to see Matthew falling.    Soundtrack: Screaming, traffic noises. (Diegetic)
  • Actor movement:  Matthew fell and died, Helen (the lady) is screaming, John (the man with black hair) is surprised and William (the detective in the brown suit) looks at the man and then looks above. Camera movement: Zooming into the detective looking up Extreme long shot- close up. Soundtrack: A loud thump as Matthew's body hits the ground, Helen screaming & William is walking (footsteps). (Diegetic)
  • Actor movement: "Got you!" exclaims William to John, John is angry and says, "I told you I didn't do it!" Camera movement: Zooming into John's face show anger and frustration (extreme close up to eyes). Soundtrack: Fast-paced, intense, thumping music. (Non-diegetic)
  • Actor movement: John enters the same cell that Matthew was in (irony) and a policeman is walking out of the cell. Camera movement: Panning to emphasize the bad state of his cell. Soundtrack: Prison speakers playing a love song (irony). (Diegetic)                                            ♫𝘐 𝘢𝘥𝘮𝘪𝘵, 𝘐 𝘥𝘪𝘥 𝘪𝘵 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘺𝘰𝘶♫
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