Character Code In The Film Maleficent

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Character code tells the audience much about a characters personality, nationality, and social standing within the film. Character code includes dialogue and the tone of voice of a character.
During Aurora’s christening scene character code is used to help the audience to better perceive the film because Maleficent’s dialogue used shows she is a malicious and evil character when she asserts in a sarcastic, medium pitched tone towards king Stefan. This is shown when Maleficent exclaims “I really felt quite distressed at not receiving an invitation.”. This statement said by Maleficent shows that character code tells the audience about what each character says and how they speak. Character code helps the audience to better perceive the film because

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