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Prisoner B-3087

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Prisoner B-3087
Setting List
Plot
Special Effects
Yanek Gruer
Protagonist
Fred
Atmospheric
Amon Goeth
Antagonist
Moonface
Antagonist

Isaac
Atmospheric
Characters
Character:
Yanek Gruer, age 14-17. Protagonist
Actor:
Logan Lerman, age 21.
Character description:
Jewish, survives 10 concentration camps, age 14-17, fighter.

Why I chose this actor:
I chose Logan Lerman for this role because he is typically playing dramatic emotional roles. This actor is great at expressing on screen emotion.
Character:

Fred (the mussleman who died in camp), age unknown, atmospheric
Actor:

Daniel Radcliff, age 24
Character description:
Skin and bones, jewish, tries his hardest to survive Aushwitz concentration camp, good friends with Yanek.
Why I chose this actor:
he is very popular because of his starring roles, Fred being played by a known actor will connect the audience to his character.
Character:
Amon Goeth, age unknown, antagonist.
Actor:
Robert Deniro, born in 1943
Character description:
An older man with a terrible heart. He's wealthy, biggest threat at plazow concentration camp, married.
Why I chose this actor:
I chose this actor based on his appearance, he looks rough and mean which will play this role with force.
Character:
Moonface (kapo), age unknown, antagonist.
Actor:
George Clooney, born in 1961.
Character description:
The most feared kapo. On the outside showcases no emotion but turns out actually feeling remorse for the beaten jews. A criminal prior to plaque.
Why I chose this actor:
George Clooney is fitting for this role because he is strong and tough looking and it will showcase authority over the young jews.
Character:
Isaac, age 14-17, Atmospheric
Actor:
Dean Collins, age 23
Character description:
Listened to all Yaneks stories, hid under floorboards with Yanek and became good friends, met Yanek at Plaszow concentration camp.
Why I chose this actor:
I chose this actor because he is real life friends with the leading actor, Logan, and a connection will be present without force.
Secondary
Character:
Yaneks father, age unknown.
Actor:
Robert Downey Jr. age 49.
Yanek's Father
Character description:
Father, owned a shoe store, brave, support system, traditional
Why I chose this actor:
has dramatic authenticity, natural father, struggled childhood.
1. Krakow, Poland
2. Plaszow concentration camp
3. Wieliczka salt mine
4. Trzebinia concentration camp
5. Birkenau concentration camp
6. Aushwitz concentration camp
7. Sachenhausen concentration camp
8. Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
9. Buchenwald concentration camp
10. Munich
Finally.... AMERICA
1939-1942
Filmed:

Why:

Plot Point #1
Plot Point #2
Plot Point #3
Plot Point #4
Plot Point #5
Plot Point #6
Example #1
Visual effect needed:
Example #2
Example #3
Example #4
Soundtrack
Everybody knows this is nowhere- Neil young
When does it appear:
Boulevard of Broken Dreams- Green Day
Heroes-NeYo

Redemption Song- Bob Marley
When does it appear:
wall around town, gated, market, large synagogue, family lives in small flat.
Krakow, Poland
Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland
One of the smallest town that conveniently is home to the underground salt mine film location.
Described in novel:
1944
Trzebina concentration camp
Described in novel:
Large piles of rock surrounding, nazis played games, one of the worst camps, pits filled with unlucky jews.
Filmed:
In a man made set, to prevent to many location changes.
Why:
Man made set because an open field will do, not intended to be a fancy place.
1943-1944
Described in the novel:
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Tall spire, bell tower, industrial look, oil covered, maze like, salt chandeliers.
Filmed:
Carrickfergus salt mine
Why:
One of the worlds most unusual underground salt mines, includes the salt sculptures mentioned in the novel.
When it takes place:
What happens:
Why is it essential:
Chapter 2
The germans first arrive in Krakow, invading the streets and homes while ordering all the jews to stop working and quit attending school.
It's the first initial sign of the german invasions, the beginning of all pain and suffering to come.
When it takes place:
Why is it essential:

What happens:
Chapter 9
Yanek is snatched off the streets shortly after his parents and sent to the concentration camp to work.
It's essential because Yanek is no longer a free boy, at that very moment his life has changed forever.
When it takes place:
What happens:
Why is it essential:
Chapters 9 through to 28
Yanek endures 10 concentration camps and continues to push for survival at each destination. He meets new people and always gave the impression of a hero as he not only cared for himself.
Its essential because the entire novel is based on these experiences within the chapters 9-28.
When it takes place:
What happens:
Why is it essential:
Chapter 29
The American soldiers rescue the prisoners, first by eliminating all the german guards then removing the jews from the horrid place they had called home for so long.
This point is important because it is the first time the reader feels at ease with the novel, the characters are free and the war is over.
When it takes place:
What happens:
Why is it essential:
Chapter 30
The American soldiers house the jewish survivors until further notice, they are given all the essentials they've been missing.
Its essential because the jewish people are exposed to a whole new life and the reader is able to share the emotion involved.
When it takes place:
What happens:
Why is it essential:
Chapter 30
Yanek speaks to lawyers and takes every step to make a new life for himself in America, somewhere in the film business.
This is my final point because it symbolizes his new found freedom, Yanek makes his first big decision where he can finally feel like a human being.
Conclusion
Falling action
Climax
Rising Action
Initial Incident
Introduction
When does it take place:
What will the images convince:
Fire and a large explosion
Chapter 2
The images with show the reader how cruel the Nazis really are and the extent their willing to go.
Visual effect needed:
When does it take place:
What will the images convince:
A vicious dog biting someone
Chapter 18:
The images will convince the audience that it was all just a vivid dream of Yaneks.
Visual effect needed:
When it takes place:
What will the images convince:
Bombs dropping
Chapter 28
The images will make the audience believe there is help on its way and the americans are fighting back
Visual effect needed:
When it takes place:
What will the images convince:
Starving musselmann(Camp term used to describe prisoners that were on the verge of death)
Throughout all 10 concentration camps
The images will show the extreme health conditions
Perspective:
Emotion represented:
Specific lyrics:
When Yanek is sent back to Krakow to clean out the ghetto of all valuables.
Yanek
Shows that it is now a place that he cannot call home, to be there is only another pained sight
When does it appear:
Perspective:
Emotions represented:
Specific lyrics:
When the prisoners are taking part in death march and Yanek uselessy searches for help.
Yanek
All alone and in need of another person for support and help

Prisoner B-3087
When does it appear:
Perspective:
Emotion represented:
Specific lyrics:
When Yanek is carrying another man to survive death march, he was being the hero when he needed saving as well.
Towards Yanek
Yanek was doing the saving when he needed it. sympathy present.
Based on an unthinkable true story...
Perspective:
Emotion represented:
Specific lyrics:
In the end of the film when the characters remain with only the horrific memory and regaining redemption.
All the jews saved
The characters can rejoice with freedom and redeem themselves.
" Everybody seems to wonder what its like down here.."
"Every time i think about back home its cool and breezy I wish that I could be there"
"My shadows the only thing that walks beside me"
"...I'm still alive and i walk alone"
"Even heroes need heroes sometimes."
"Come to my rescue..."
"Emancipate yourselves from slavery, none but ourselves can free our mind"
"All i ever had: redemption songs, these songs of freedom."
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