LIT209 Film Response Persepolis

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Christopher 1 Taylor Christopher Professor Wicks LIT 209 October 6, 2013 Paths of Glory: Film Response Rate the film Persepolis (Paronnaud & Satrapi, 2007) on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best, 1 be- ing the worst): ____9_____. Describe your rationale in one, clear paragraph. The film Persepolis (Paronnaud & Satrapi, 2007) is a very impressive produced film giv- en the fact that it is an animated movie shot in black and white. (My favorite part of the film is Marji singing “Eye of the Tiger.”) The director did an excellent job in keep the audience attentive with all the effects incorporated into the movie, such as all the varying angles and shots the film crew executed. There were multiple Close-up shots, Medium shots, and Long shots that were ap- plied frequently and at the appropriate scenes/moments. The producer also ‘breaks the Fourth Wall’ in the film, having shot a few scenes where a few of the characters include the audience or use the audience as if they are involved in the film. For example near the beginning, there is a random townsperson who is running away from the soldiers toward the audience/screen. I assert that Marji’s personality is captured exceptionally well from the novel because my perception of Marji from the book aligns identically to her character portrayed in the film. She is an energetic,
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  • Fall '13
  • JamesWicks
  • Marji, Movie projector, Feature film, Black-and-white

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