Abigail and John for ever
Abigail and John are meeting in the woods and discussing the happenings in the village. Abigail is showing him her wounds that are caused by the witch craft. As the audience knows her wounds cant be from witch craft and/or from evil spirits, which makes Abigail seem insane. The purpose of this scene is not only to understand the happenings in the movie better, rather it shows that insane making pressure on people during the witch trials and also during the McCarthyism era.
Extreme Long shot shows the setting. The tilde begins on the to and goes down slowly until it shows the next shot. There is not going to be background music, instead there will be the sounds of the frogs and crickets.
This shot is continuing the extreme long shot from before, showing Abigail going into the woods taking a path. On the end is John Procter. For Abigail and John's costumes ancient clothing from the 1600s will be needed. The background is a bit fogy and spooky. As background music I'll take the same as in shot one.
John tries to end
This long shot is showing Abigail and John discussing about the happenings in the Town. The costumes are still the same 1600s worker clothes. Now background music is involved, which sound a bi misteriuos and buids up tension to not get caught.
The settings from the last shot apply here too. In this shot Abigail shows her injuries to John who gets really "worried", as Abigail thinks.
The settings from last shot apply here to. John sees Abigail’s deluded state, and, determined to end Abigail’s influence over the court at any cost, warns her that he will confess his affair with her to the court, but Abigail still thinks John loves her.
Abigail laughs in disbelief and dismisses his threat; she tells John not to worry because she knows John secretly hates his wife Elizabeth and will marry Abigail once Elizabeth hangs for witchcraft.
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