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Sequence Analysis Work Sheet

NARRATIVE

1. Describe briefly what you see in the selected sequence.

I saw Clarice trying to get the name of the killer from Hannibal while he distracts her by asking about her painful experience as a child. In which he pries from her the secret to why she left her extended families house and got placed in foster care. This is an eerie scene.

2. What is the filmmaker trying to communicate in this segment?

He is trying to communicate the fear that Clarice is feeling while she is still trying to hold on to control and retrieve the information they need to catch the killer. He also portrays the confidence and arrogance that Hannibal feels through the sequence of close up face shots in which Hannibal is seen as wild and in control at the same time. He wants the audience to feel Clarice’s fear and see Hannibal’s dark side.

3. How do the five channels of information in film--visual image, print, speech, music, sound effects---work together to communicate the message? Which channel is dominant in this segment?

They work together to create an almost creepy atmosphere in which the viewer can feel Clarice’s fear and worries as well as Hannibal’s curiosity to her present situation. The dark eerie music and the sound of the lambs allow the viewer to feel more involved in Clarice’s dark position.

4. Try to determine what function and significance this segment has for the film as a whole and your understanding of it (foreshadowing, climax, transition, exposition, etc.)

This scene has elements of foreshadowing and is also a transition in the film. This scene is so climactic it even allows the viewers to understand the title of the movie better. When she runs back to take the case file from him and he touches her I feel like the whole audience could feel that something to do with that case file would have significance in the…...

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