The Big Short

I have attached an example paper which this paper should follow. the movie is THE BIG SHORTthis essay is more about how they made the movie, why did they make it, why the choose cerian shots/lighting etc… . Think less about the random trivia details of the movie (how long it is, the full cast list, etc.) and instead try to focus on one specific thing the movie does and why. Yes it talks about finance, but how? Why does it talk about the financial stuff the way that it does? And how does that affect the argument it is trying to make to the audience?Is there one specific casting choice that is effective? What genre of film does this movie fit into, and why did they choose that genre?Your term essay should express, in clear language, the fundamental elements of the film, followed by your concrete judgment as to whether it is a good film, a poor film, or something in between. Do not leave your reader in doubt as to your overall judgment about the success or failure of the film. Sample student essays are posted on Canvas.The first part of your term essay should be analytical. You want to explore how the different parts of the film come together and generate certain effects in (some) viewers. You cannot generalize for all viewers, but the effects on you are very important and should be articulated. Your essay must include a thesis statement or a purpose of analysis, which is a discussion of its characteristic components.The second part of your essay, the evaluative component, asks you to make an articulate judgment (or series of judgments) about the film. In other words, you should indicate whether the film lives up to its potential (or fails to do so). You should have some clear criteria of evaluation in making your overall judgment (your descriptive criteria will provide you with supporting material here). One critical component in evaluation is effect. What effect(s) does the film have on you and how or why? Are these effects appropriate to the genre? Does the film introduce effects that are relatively innovative and new for you? How does this film compare with other films of the same genre with which you are familiar?You are required to use at least FIVE approved interpretive terms, which are posted below and in your syllabus. You are required to boldface and highlight the terms and concepts that you are discussing.Approved Essay Terms:fade outrealismfilm editing (shot)fade inantirealismflashbackdissolvesequencesmontagelow angle shotnarrative moviemaster shothigh angle shotgenrereverse shotclose upcharacter typecrosscuttingmedium shotdiegetic soundintercuttinglong shotnon-diegetic soundrepetitioncutting on actiondecòr costumingimplicit meaningchiaroscurodialoguemotifopen framecastingpoint of viewclosed frameverisimilitudeOverall Organization (introduction, analysis, conclusion) 15%Effective use of evidence/illustration 15%Paragraph development, including effective topic sentence and transitions 10%Accurate use of terms and concepts 10%Effective use of grammar and style (diction, sentence structures, punctuation) 10%Meets the analytical goals of the assignment 10%Meets the minimum length of the assignment 10%Demonstrates critical thinking 10%Effective analysis of potential effects of cinematic techniques 5%Effective understanding of audience, tone, point of view 5%example_essay_gone_girl.docx

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