During the introduction of Montag he is shown as a man proud of his job. In this frame you can see the joy on his face while he watches a home burn. On page four of Fahrenheit 451 he talks about the after affect of seeing a house burn saying, " The smile, it never ever went away, as long as he remembered."
Montag becomes a student
Books: Get hit with knowledge
Because of Clarisse's influence on Montage he begins to question everything that has to do with his job. This frame is after Montag had to burn the old lady in her house full of books. The man next to him is Beaty, he felt no remorse for the lady because she had so many books in her house. On page 40 after the lady had burned in her house the fire department regretted it, "they did not even smoke their pipes," there was no joy at the end of this burning.
During Montag grows sick he stole a book from the burning lady's house, and later regrets that decision. The frame depicts Montag and Mildred in the bed worry on their face for two different very reasons. Montag is really questioning himself in this section of the book. He doesn't know if he made the right choice. On page 48 Montag is feeling sick after taking the book from the house, he asked mildred to call in sick for him.
Montag finds fufilment
When Montag becomes a student he is learning all of Faber's values. In this image it shows Montag in a classroom and Faber as the professor teaching him. Although this did not play out in the book since Faber was an English teacher I found it appropriate. Faber feels strongly about his literature and calls montag a fool. In this time period Montag is trying to get all of the knowledge he can.
During Montag's rebellion he feels strong in his beliefs and rebels once his home is called to be set on fire. During his rebellion he kills his boss Beaty while the firemen are trying yo burn his house down. In the picture Beatty is already dead lying where montag's house should be. Montag's feelings of certainty are back in this picture, but he is certain about what he needs to do for himself and his anger (120).