1. What is the central message of this film?
2. Do the scenes go together; do they add up to something; is there a rhythm
established so that there is form, shape, climax, building up of tension? Give
3. Are the characters consistent? Are they properly motivated? Give examples.
4. Give examples of FIVE types of shots in the film – as well as five types of
lighting and/or – possibly – sound. Describe them, and explain why you
think the director made those choices.
5. Select a section of a published review by a respected critic and give your
reaction (whether you agree or disagree and why or why not). Cite the