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dead Poets Society

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Transcript of dead Poets Society

Dead Poet's Society
What is it about?
His style of film:
Explicit messages delivered through diague/script and mis-en scene while Implicit messages by film technique
Peter Weir
Explicit messages:
1. Impact of the authority's control
2. Carpe Diem: Seize the day
Implicit messages:
1. Social ranking
2. Surrender to the authoriy
3. Joy found from freedom




Deals with

- Freedom of speech
- Parental control + Authority
- Friendship
- Seize the day- gather the rose while you may

Dead Poet's Society
Scene 1
Dead Poets Society: Explicit and Implicit Representations of messages
By. Brynn Kim
Dead Poets Society
Movie Analysis
Directed by Peter Weir, Australian film directer- The Truman Show
Welton Academy 'tradition, hornor, discipline, excellence'
Mr. Keating comes as their English teacher: Changes start to happen
Learn how to have their own voice and find what they truly want
Shot type, Framing, Camera angles/movement
Definitions
Focus
Dialogue, script/ Mis-en
Dialogue + Facial Expression
Implicit and explicit messages
Scene 2
Shot type, Framing, angles/ movement
Lighting, Focus
Dialogue, script
Mis-En Scene, editing
Drama
2 June 1989
A shot is a single piece of film uninerrupted by cuts or editing

An Establishing Shot/Sequence is often a long shot or a series of shots thht sets the scene. Typically used to establish setting.

Framing is a setting of all principles within a shot
Different camera angles give different impressions of characters or setting by giving responders superior/ inferior impression.
Shot types
Angle types
Camera
Movement
Shot
Camera angles
Camera movement
Lighting
Ensemble
Explicit message: "I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way."

"Boys, you must strive to find your own voice. Because the longer you wait to begin, the less likely you are to find it at all. Break out!"

Implicit message: "Don't fear to show yourself and challenge unfairness of the authority"

Dead Poet's Society
Peter Weir: Explicitly and implicitly deliver messages through applying different film techniques
The contrast between Mr.Keating/ Neil Perry and Todd Anderson*
Middle shot vs. Close up
Low angle- Bigger
High Angle/ Subjective shot
Students-Keating
High- Low
+
"Keating's Speech"
=
"I stand upon my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way."
Same direction of light, different impression
Todd Anderson being teased
- Reveals only half of his face
Secret commencement of 'Dead Poets Society'
- Blue lighting = secret= Dead Poets soceity
Script + Mis-en
Amplified the humour by projecting voices and faces
Expresses the characteristic
with the facial expression
and the way he speaks, mumbling
His speech that I've read out before was emphsised with his gestures and facial expressions
Unusual selection of film technique for the scene
Highlight certain figures by blurring the others
Focus:
Neil's expression which Weir highlighted by blurring other students (busy laughing)
his admiration towards acting=goes against his father's will
foreshadows
Neil's suicide
Highlight:
Amplified Grief
Long shot- Walked out through the fence however could not go further
He cannot escape

Framing and Camera angles are steady to focus on Todd's movements
Overal, uses Side-Lighting to amplify
gloomy atmosphere
Can easily see the tear droplet on Charlie's face
Same setting but different shot type and light=different atmosphere
Same lighting direction as the boys
Zoomed in for the text to be read = close shot
Throughout the movie, important dialogues were spoken
Close up- "I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately... and not when I came to die, discover that I had not lived..."
-Set in school, a way to the cave where they have 'dead poet's society' meeting
-Snowy, cold weather

-Snowy weather: lonesome; solitary
Snowy weather: lonesome; solitary
Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.
"Boys, you must strive to find your own voice. Because the longer you wait to begin, the less likely you are to find it at all. Break out!"
Bibliography
Dead Poets Society - Movie Quotes - Rotten Tomatoes. 2014. Dead Poets Society - Movie Quotes - Rotten Tomatoes. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/dead_poets_society/quotes/. [Accessed 02 November 2014].
Dead Poets Society (1989) - IMDb. 2014. Dead Poets Society (1989) - IMDb. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097165/. [Accessed 02 November 2014].
Peter Weir - IMDb. 2014. Peter Weir - IMDb. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001837/. [Accessed 02 November 2014].
Not only verbally delivering a message, he makes them to put learning to action
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