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Study Guide for Class Films 1. Who was the director? Director- Paul Haggis 2. Who was the screenwriter? Screenwriter- Paul Haggis 3. Who was the cinematographer? Cinematographer- J. Michael Muro 4. What year was the film released? Release- 2004 5.Where and when was the film set? Los Angeles during present day 6. What were some examples of effective or innovative cinematography in the film? Many of the scenes in the film are cut to lead into one another. As if Dillon slams a door shut another scene will begin elsewhere with the door opening. 7. What were some of the major actions or events in the film? Det. Graham Waters is patrolling a crime scene of the murder of his brother which the audience is unaware. Officer Ryan feels up a civilian African American and largely oversteps his bounds. 8. What was the central theme of the film?
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Right vs. Wrong as well as uncontrollable stereotypes, 9. Who was the protagonist of the film? The whole Many peoples’ stories intertwined to make man the main
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course FILM 180 taught by Professor Jennings during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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