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1. In Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin (1925), what technique was used to stretch out the plot duration of  the famous “Odessa Steps” sequence? Editing 2. Bringing ________ to the plot events is one of the most fundamental decisions that filmmakers make about  relaying story information through the plot. Order 3. How is the radical plot order that Orson Welles used in Citizen Kane (1941) now regarded? As Conventional 4. What do we call the part of a movie that is the time and place in which the story occurs? Setting 5. Related to duration and setting is_________—the overall range, in time and place, of a movie’s story. Scope 6. What do we call the events in the story of Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca (1942) that involve Rick’s  determination to help Victor Laszlo escape? Plot 7. What do you call a director who is also the screenwriter? An Auteur 8. What is the term for the things that we see and hear on the screen but that come from outside the world of  the story, like background music, titles, credits, and voice-overs? Nondiegetic elements 9. At its simplest level, a movie’s ________ is the telling of its story. Narrative 10. What kind of narrations occurs when a character breaks the “fourth wall”? Direct-address In The Night of the Hunter (1955) what struggle does the stark black-and-white lighting emphasize?  Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback  A. the races  B. the North and the South  C. highs and lows  D. good and evil 100%  E. internal and external forces  Score: 1/1  Comments: 
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