What images are combined with the sounds of the conversation in your example?

How many times do we hear the conversation? List the times and briefly describe each (1-2 sentences).

Discuss one time we hear the conversation in more detail, especially in terms of repetitions and variations about other versions of the conversation:
What images are combined with the sounds of the conversation in your example?
What is the source of the sound of the conversation?
What lines are repeated? What images are repeated?
What new lines are heard? What new information is revealed?

Give another example of an effective and/or interesting use of sound from the film, which is NOT the conversation itself. Explore briefly.

Describe and discuss two scenes from the film in terms of their mise-en-scène.

THEN: Compare and contrast the mise-en-scène of the two scenes you have chosen. Consider how Orlando’s identity is constructed through mise-en-scène. How does mise-en-scène express and explore the change Orlando has undergone?

Briefly describe the scenes they are used in. How is the zoom a motif? What seems to be its function? Which elements of mise-en-scène and/or which characters is it typically used with? Is this significant?
2. Steadicam: Give 3 examples of using a Steadicam in the film (as opposed to a dolly for a tracking shot). Briefly describe the scenes they are used in. How is the Steadicam a motif? What seems to be its function? Which settings and characters is it typically used with? Is this significant?
3. Tracking: Give 3 examples of tracking shots (as opposed to Steadicam shots) in the film. Briefly describe the scenes they are used in. How is tracking a motif? What seems to be its function? Which settings and characters is it typically used with? Is this significant?