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lectures 11 and 12 23:48 Lecture 11 Repetition and variation o Color, prop, lighting Parallelism- film compares two different elements bc they share a similarity Difference is just as essential as similarity Opposition- an extreme form of variation to create a conflict o Purest form- good vs. evil When analyzing elements of any proportion it is important to ask if any part of it was  substituted, in which ways or what degree would it change the viewers perception?  How would it change the meaning of it as a whole? Ie. Puck, changing the “p” to and  “f” Development- patterns of systematic change, OR patterns of similarity over time o Is how a film gets from the beginning to the end. Start one place and end in  another o Character experience- ie bachelor finds love Wavelength  (1967) progressive order which is o One in which we can anticipate the trajectory of development as soon as the 
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course CA 355 taught by Professor Aarongranat during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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