Answer questions #1-5, preferably about the film Rear Window (Hitchcock, 1954).
1. Which story events are directly presented to us in the plot, and which must we assume or infer? Is any nondiegetic
material given in the plot?
2. What is the earliest story event of which we learn? How does it relate to later events through a series of causes and eff
3. How are story events connected in time? Have the filmmakers manipulated order, frequency, and duration in the plot
so as to affect our understanding of events?
4. Does the closing reflect a clear-cut pattern of development that relates it to the opening? Do all narrative lines achieve
closure, or are some left open?
5. How does the narration present story information to us? Is it restricted to one or a few characters’ knowledge, or does
it range freely among the characters in different spaces? Does it give us considerable depth of story information by
exploring the characters’ mental states?
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