Scott Pilgrim Movie Analysis Essay

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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) Film Sequence Analysis Assignment 2 Subject: Introduction to Screen Analysis Submitted as an Essay Dute Date: June 5th 2012 Tutor: Class: Wednesday, 14:00-14:50 Word Count: 2201 Contents: 1. Introduction 3 2. Narrative Function 4 3. Mise-en-Scene 6 4. Cinematography 9 5. Editing 10 6. Sound 10 7. Conclusion 11 8. List of References 12 Introduction Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) is the action packed journey of a misguided young man desperately trying to navigate his own existence. In the film Scott must fight the conflictions within himself and the seven evil exes of his love interest. Based off the comic book series by Bryan Lee…show more content…
Another development of character in the sequence is that of Ramona. It isn’t until further in the film that Ramona’s character is completely revealed but in the sequence her character is first presented through the short interaction between her and Scott. She is quite abrupt towards Scott when he introduces himself which clearly intimidates Scott, causing his display of foolishness in the interaction. Ramona’s character is then further developed after she leaves the party in the film through Scott quizzing people about details regarding Ramona. This is all second-hand information but it does establish some assumptions towards the mystery and history Ramona’s character. Audience positioning: The focus of the sequence is Ramona so throughout it the audience is positioned to be interested and inquisitive towards Ramona like Scott is. As previously discussed this positioning reveals aspects of both Ramona’s and Scott’s character which is important for the development of the story. Thematic issues: The thematic issue observed in the sequence is the inner conflict that Scott experiences regarding his commitment for his current girlfriend contrasting with his new obsession with Ramona. This thematic issue is important for the narrative of the film as it develops the characters of Scott, Knives and Ramona. The purpose

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