Textual Analysis of 3min Clip of TITANIC (1997)
This is an essay based on a 3 min clip from the film, starting from where Rose tells the discovery crew about Titanic and ending with jack+fabrizio gambling. It looks closely at features such as editing,mise-en-scene and representation.
# 5504 | 2,320 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 |
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This essay is very focused on the technical features of the clip and the representation of characters. It contains a lot of technical terms for aspects such as editing, lighting, camera angles etc. It contains some background information in the introducation, about awards won and records set by the film. It also contains some very relevant quotes to back up the points made. The main objective is to show how the technical features help with the narrative.
From the Paper:"The Oscar-winning film Titanic (James Cameron 1997, U.S.A) proved to be one of the most profitable films ever made. In this essay I am going to analyze at a three-minute sequence from the film, where I will be specifically looking at features such as mise-en-scene, editing, framing, sound and lighting. I will then be discussing how these aspects help to reinforce the broader areas such as narrative, genre, representation and style. I am going to particularly focus on the representation of class as I feel that the class system is vividly portrayed in the film."
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