Chronicles of Narnia Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
Brett Christopherson
Dr. Baker
English 110
19 November 2018
An Unusual but Unique Scene
The most unique scene of the visual text is at the beginning because it throws off the audience viewing it. The German bombers enter the screen from right to left, the viewer is anticipating the bombers to enter left to right as viewer reads. The director is setting up the storyline by doing this. The audience can hear the planes coming off the screen and can see the clouds. They can hear sirens going off in the distance. When the planes enter the screen, they are taking fire from British ground troops. In addition, the audience gets to see what the inside of the German plane looks like. The director shows a bird’s eye view of the plane looking down on the ground as they are dropping bombs (“Chronicles of Narnia”, 0:00:00-0:02:20).













Work Cited
Adamson, Andrew, director. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and The Wardrobe. Walt Disney, 2006.

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Brett Christopherson

Dr. Baker

English 110

19 November 2018

An Unusual but Unique Scene

The most unique scene of the visual text is at the beginning because it throws off the audience viewing it. The German bombers enter the screen from right to left, the viewer is anticipating the bombers to enter left to right as viewer reads. The director is setting up the storyline by doing this. The audience can hear the planes coming off the screen and can see the clouds. They can hear sirens going off in the distance. When the planes enter the screen, they are taking fire from British ground troops. In addition, the audience gets to see what the inside of the German plane looks like. The director shows a bird’s eye view of the plane looking down on the ground as they are dropping bombs (“Chronicles of Narnia”, 0:00:00-0:02:20).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work Cited

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and The Wardrobe. Walt Disney, 2006.

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