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THE WORK OF THE FILM
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UNSEEN LABOR
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FILM AS COMMODITY
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SHOT A strip of motion picture film that has been taken in one uninterrupted running of the camera, then trimmed at either end in preparation for its insertion into a film.
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THREE DRAMATIC UNITIES ACTION TIME SPACE
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THE SCENE A UNIT OF DRAMATIC ACTION THAT POSSESSES UNITY OF ACTION, UNITY OF TIME, AND UNITY OF SPACE
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THE SEQUENCE A SUCCESSIVE SERIES OF RELATED EVENTS THAT ARE TEMPORALLY AND/OR SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS.
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TEMPORAL DISCONTINUITY
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SPATIAL DISCONTINUITY
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SEGMENTATION THE PROCESS OF BREAKING A TEXT DOWN INTO ITS CONSTITUENT PARTS FOR PURPOSES OF ANALYSIS.
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THE BIRTH OF A NATION I. THE CIVIL WAR II. RECONSTRUCTION
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THREE ACT STRUCTURE 1. THE FIRST ACT INTRODUCES THE
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Unformatted text preview: AUDIENCE TO THE WORLD OF THE STORY AND ITS PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS, SETS UP THE MAIN CONFLICT AROUND WHICH THE STORY WILL BE BUILT AND ANNOUNCES A GOAL THAT THE CENTRAL CHARACTERS WANT TO ACHIEVE. THREE ACT STRUCTURE 2. THE SECOND ACT PRESENTS AND ELABORATES OBSTACLES TO THE CHARACTERS IN ACHIEVING THE GOAL. 3. IN THE THIRD ACT, THE MAIN STORY AND THE SUBPLOTS ARE RESOLVED. THE MATRIX I. IS NEO THE ONE? II. NEO IS NOT THE ONE. III. NEO IS THE ONE. PULP FICTION I.PUMPKIN AND HONEY BUNNY II.VINCENT AND JULES III. VINCENT VEGA AND MARCELLUS WALLACES WIFE IV. THE GOLD WATCH V. THE BONNIE SITUATION...
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course FILM 354:201 taught by Professor Belton during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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