Some Like it Hot Study Guide

Some Like it Hot Study Guide - Study Guide for Class Films...

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Study Guide for Class Films “Some Like it Hot” 1. Who was the director? Director- Billy Wilder 2. Who was the screenwriter? Screenwriter- Billy Wilder 3. Who was the cinematographer? Cinematographer- Charles Lang 4. What year was the film released? Release Date- March 1959 5.Where and when was the film set? Setting- Miami and Chicago 1929 6. What were some examples of effective or innovative cinematography in the film? The combination of the two scenes between Joe and Sugar Kane on the yacht and Daphne/Gerald dancing the night away with the suitor show an interesting contrast between the two men’s nights. The cinematography used to flash/pan back and forth between each scene was used well to emphasize the difference in enjoyment and humor of each character. 7. What were some of the major actions or events in the film? Joe and Gerald witness the St. Valentines Day Massacre and are forced to leave the city without being killed because they are witnesses. Gerald and Joe join an all girls band that will be playing in Miami for three weeks. They are forced to change their names to Josephine and Daphne. Spats Colombo finds Joe and Gerald in Miami and tries to dispose of them
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