Throughout the semester you have studied the main aspects of formal film analysis: style and form (repetition/variation, motifs, functions, etc.), narrative form, mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, sound, and types. These are the basic tools with which filmmakers tell stories. Each director highlights one or more formal categories to express the a given film’s thematic content. For example, Baby Driverand The Conversation both utilize film sound as the primary expressive technique while also making particularly great use of mise-en-scene and editing. Similarly, Rashomon clearly broke the mold with its narrative, but also presents highly stylized mise-en-scene and cinematography. In all of these cases, specific formal properties are employed to express the film’s major themes.
For your part 2 of your final exam, write a critical formal analysis of Get Out. Your goal is to explain what the film’s major themes are and how those themes are expressed through specific formal properties. But, there’s a catch! You may only work with mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, and/or sound.
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