The only people there are Frankie, Eddie and Maggie. ADLC, Module 3, Instruction Workbook 5, pp. 15-16 and 18-19
5.1 Polished Viewing Journal Entry #1(continued) Cinematic Choices Consider significant camera angles and distance, musical choices, and lighting, as opposed to plot and/or character development. Explain the reason for each cinematic choice. The lighting is dark, since the only lights on are the ones in Eddie’s room and the one above Maggie. This is because it is very late in the evening and the gym is supposed to be closed. The dark lighting also makes it more mysterious and deep. The camera is focused quite close to Maggie and Frankie, so you could clearly see their expressions, since this scene is intense and emotional. Significance to plot and/or character development Why is this scene important? In this scene, the story really starts. Frankie finally takes on Maggie and decides to train her. This is where Maggie’s character as a boxer starts to form and also the relationship between her and Frankie starts to develop. ADLC, Module 3, Instruction Workbook 5, pp. 15-16 and 18-19
5.1 Polished Viewing Journal Entry #2 Scene Describe the moment in the film. Maggie is in the hospital bed. She is lying down with a neck brace.
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