Can you have this blog did today?

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Question description

Throughout this course, you will be creating and maintaining a blog. Before beginning your blog post for this week, review the following links:

Our textbook sets up a distinction between story and plot, stating that story is what happens in a movie, and plot is how it happens. The distinction may seem minor; however, throughout this course, we will be scrutinizing the various aesthetic choices and cinematic techniques that work together to create meaning in any movie. With that in mind, we can understand that the way a film presents action can be as important as the action it is presenting.

For your initial blog post

  • Select a full-length film and identify the title, writer, director, major actors, and the year it was released.
  • Summarize the story and plot of your chosen movie.
  • Discuss whether your film is presented chronologically or non-linearly. In your discussion, address the following:
    • How did this aesthetic choice contribute to the general effect on the audience?
    • How are elements like character development or foreshadowing impacted by the choice of storytelling methods?
  • If the film had followed a different presentation style, how would the general effect on the audience have been different?

You must use at least two outside sources, in any combination of embedded video clips, still photos, or scholarly sources. All sources should be documented in APA style as outlined by the Ashford Writing Center. To submit this blog, you will be required to post a link to the specific blog entry in the discussion forum. You are encouraged to explore your classmates’ blogs, but no replies are required.


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