WWI silent poem project
By samwoo, Updated
Scene 1: The first scene shows the amputee and comrades horrified by the battles they just experience. The setting can either be a ship or a battle field. Sad music will be played.
Scene 2: A stranger holds the door for the amputee to show kindness. The camera will show that the amputee shows no expression because he is used to it.
Scene 3: The amputee lies in his bed at a nursing home like it was a normal day as an amputee veteran. The camera will be angled from the room door and peaceful music will be played
Does It Matter by Siegfried Sassoon
Does it matter? -losing your legs?
For people will always be kind,
And you need not show that you mind.
Setting: Battlefield (park) Camera/FX: Black and white Sound: Guns firing, dramatic music
Setting: Present time Camera/FX: Middle Sound: Birds chirping
Setting: Home Camera/FX: Side Sound: Peaceful music
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