Read chapter 3 of Corrigan’s A Short Guide to Writing About Film, which gives yo

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Read chapter 3 of Corrigan’s A Short Guide to Writing About Film, which gives you tools with which to start looking at a movie closely. The opening pages are fairly general and you can skip them if they make sense to you: start reading carefully around page 67. In this week’s post, you should discuss and comment on whatever concepts in Corrigan you found most interesting and/or helpful, with reference to Hitchcock. What ingredients did you see at work in Hitchcock? Your focus should be on restating a few ideas/terms from Corrigan in your own words (and/or with direct quotes), so that you get these terms into your head–but linking them to particular moments in Spellbound. How does Hitchcock show us terms from Corrigan in action? How do setting, lighting, camera movement, music, language tell us about his characters’ mental states? You’re strongly encouraged to include screenshots from Hitchcock, if possible; just don’t include images that are so big that it takes five minutes for the page to load.
Don’t try to outline all of Corrigan in your post: just focus on what was most helpful to you. Spellbound movie link

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