Oh, I understand everything...except for that wig.
2. Long Shot
3. Close Shot
This scene is a close shot of the head and shoulders of Jack and the soldiers. It's close so we can easily see the look of discontent and the emotionless faces of the soldiers.
This scene is a long shot of Jack hanging onto a chandelier and swinging across the room. It is meant to show his going across with a bunch of soldiers trying to follow and catch him.
This is another close shot scene. This one shows Jack's head and shoulders while steering the horse. This shows how Jack is concentrated but also panicked at the same time. It also shows the back of the carriage being on fire.
This is a close-up shot that is closer than the close shots before. This scene focuses on the legs and hooves of the horses to show them going fast through the flames on the street.
Here we have another close shot, but it is different this time as Jack is clear in the camera and you can see his details but the soldier behind him is blurry as to show that the identity of the soldier is not important and that it is meant to simply show that he is an armed enemy.
This scene is yet another close shot but this time it is not a shot of Jack. It is actually a shot of his father. It shows that his father is the one to save Jack while showing his sudden appearance from a pub while holding his pistol.