Memento the movie Film Analysis

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Type Written, Double spaced, 12pt. Times new roman, 1” margin

Answer the following questions in a minimum of 2 full pages (maximum of 5) using complete sentences in essay form. Give explanations WITH EXAMPLES to help describe all details.

DO NOT PROVIDE A SUMMARY OF THE STORY, WE’VE ALREADY SEEN IT. DO NOT REVIEW THE FILM. Time spent summarizing the plot of the movie will not help your grade. Instead, please respond to ALL the following questions in the form of an essay. (A simple way to do this is to make each set of questions, below, its own paragraph. Please don't include the question numbers in your paper.)

1. First, explain the difference between story and plot as it relates to film. Then, explain the difference between the film’s story and it’s plot. Consider which events and elements of that story are explicitly presented in the film’s plot.

2. What narrative techniques did the filmmakers use to tell its story? Are the plot events presented in chronological order? What is the significance of the order of plot events in the film? Does the film use narration?

3. Who is the film’s protagonist? Who are the major characters? Can you characterize each of them according to their depth (round characters versus flat) and motivation? Who or what is the antagonist?


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Many individuals find it hard to have precise definition and understanding of the
differences between a story and a plot about a movie or a film. Some refer to a plot as a story,
and others refer to a story as a plot. However, the plot is the storyline of the film which is
entirely different from the story itself. The plots are charted and highlighted with events that give
a story meaning and understanding. These events are critical to the storyline. While on the other
hand, the story is the loose interpretation of the event in its entirety, it is the general theme and
the idea of the film.
One can create the same story many times, but to create the difference one has to input
the plot with various events taking place within the story. In TV series it happens all the time
especially with movies that are...

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