Chapter 3 The Killer - STAFFORD AMANDA World Cinema Week 5 Chapter3Movement Chapter3Movement JohnWoo'sTheKiller TwentyQuestions 1

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STAFFORD, AMANDA World Cinema Week 5 Chapter 3 - Movement  The Killer - Twenty Questions Chapter 3 Movement  John Woo's  The Killer  Twenty Questions   1. How does movement "mean?"  Contrast literal, concrete realism and highly stylized lyricism…  Relate  to Woo's film. 2. Consider the musical genre and its conventions… relate to Woo's film, his dream is to make a musical  and he conceives of action as dance. 3. Compare/contrast several setups in The Killer.  How does Woo redefine the cinematic stage and for  what reasons? 4. What are the different types of movement?  Where does Woo fit? 5. When we identify with a character, we are really identifying with the camera, and what the camera  shows us or allows us to see…  With whom do we identify, and how does Woo make it happen? 6.
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course FILM ENG 2103 taught by Professor Lisastokes during the Spring '11 term at Seminole State College.

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Chapter 3 The Killer - STAFFORD AMANDA World Cinema Week 5 Chapter3Movement Chapter3Movement JohnWoo'sTheKiller TwentyQuestions 1

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