The Cask Of Amontillado

The Cask Of Amontillado

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Storyboard Description

My storyboard for Ms. Alemans Class (unfinished 2/17)

Storyboard Text

  • Montressor expresses his feelings about Fortunato to the reader, in a destructive, violent tone.
  • "I continued, as was my in to smile in his face, and he did not perceive that my to smile now was at the thought of his immolation."
  • "You, who so well know the nature of my soul, will not suppose, however, that gave utterance to a threat."
  • Montressor explains he has 'Amontilado' and has his doubts on whether it is real or not, and Fortunato says HE should be the one to tell if it is real or not.
  • Fortunato starts having a coughing fit that he can not get out of, and he tells Montressor that he simply "can not die of a cough"
  • "Ugh! ugh! ugh! --ugh! ugh! ugh! --ugh! ugh! ugh! --ugh! ugh! ugh! --ugh! ugh! ugh!"
  • I chose this background of skulls because Montressor intended death and harm towards Fortunato. I Put in some of his quotes to show the tone matched with the picture aswell.
  • As Fortunato and Montressor are walking down the Catacombs Fortunato insults Montressor.
  • "You? Impossible! A mason?"
  • I chose for Montressor to have a wine bottle and money over his head because he seemed very fond of the thought of expensive wine.
  • Montressor is almost finished with walling up Fortunato.
  • AHHH!
  • This scene stood out to me because it was very obvious that Montressor was giving him a choice to go back, but wine meant a lot to Fortunato. I also chose to add a black (cat) mask to symbolize Montressor throughout the story, mysterious and dark.
  • Fortunato finally realizes that this is not a joke, and that he is actually being walled up.
  • "Yes. For the love of god"
  • "For the love of god, Montressor!"
  • I chose this quote to show how Fortunato doubted Montressor, and ended up insulting him. I also had a trowel out because in this scene Montressor pulls out his trowel, the one he buries Fortunato with.
  • "A mason,"
  • In this scene there are bricks and a trowel because he is building up the wall for Fortunato. Fortunato is screaming because this isn't what he wanted to happen, but this is what Montressor wanted.
  • I chose to have Montressor be kneeling, as if he was almost done walling up Fortunato. I chose that specific quote to show Fortunato's last and final words, and show that he at last realized he was being walled up and left to die, alone.
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