ASM301: Critical Analysis: Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
Please respond the following questions in regards to story elements that include an exploration in terms of character, setting, structure of timing, point of view( POV), themes and issues, cause and effect, opening and closure, camera work, lighting, sound, performance, and editing. 1. How is the character believability achieved? (Provide examples from film) They seem so realistic and believable as real people because of the detailed facial expressions the animators focused on to add emotion and the buildup of the background of each character with voice over added reality to the film. For example, how scared Victor was when the “Corpse bride” grabbed his hand. 2. How is character empathy and identification achieved? (Provide examples from film) Character empathy and identification was achieved by having to see the sorrow in their eyes and their voice. Even without the sight of a human, our ears can sense the softness and innocence in a person’s voice as they are depressed, aggressive, or cheerful. 3. How does the setting relate to the narrative? (Choose a specific example/scene from the film). The setting has pathetic fallacy, with the dark eerie mood and dark skies and white skin. With excessive use of black and white, it adds a scary and tragedy which matches the story line. 4. How does the mood and ambience of the setting create meaning for an audience? The ambience of the movie with the droopy effect of the background and foreground helps the audience be in the mood for the story line. 5. Are events shown in chronological order or is there use of flashback or flash forward? (Provide an example within the film). Events are in chronological order with one use of a flashback when they were telling Victor about the story of the girl. 6. From whose point of view is the narrative presented? Victor’s point of view was presented mostly in the movie.
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