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Aaron Opel Professor Gross Film Appreciation 16 October 2016 CH 04 Learning Objectives Exercise What is the difference between narration and narrator? 1. Narration is the act of telling the story. The Narrator is who or what tells the story. In other words, the narrator delivers the narration. What are the differences between omniscient and restricted narration? 2. Omniscient narration has unrestricted access to all aspects of the narrative. It can provide any character’s experiences and perceptions, as well as information that none of the characters know. On the other hand, restricted narration limits the information it provides the audience to things known only to a single character. Restricted narration reveals information to the audience only as the specific character learns of it. What are the differences between (a) the camera narrator and a first-person narrator and (b) a first-person narrator and a third-person narrator? 3. (a) In every movie, the camera is the primary narrator. Its narration consists of the many visual elements it captures and arranges in every composition in every shot. In first-person narration we hear a character’s voice over the picture without actually seeing the character speak the words. This technique of a character speaking to the audience allows us to hear one narration—from the
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