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Billy Elliot Scene Analysis
Transcript of Billy Elliot Scene Analysis
Am I too short or is the bookshelf too tall?
"Why ar'u lookin' at that?
Thanks for Listening
Jeans. Jean Jacket. Jean Bus...
: Durham County Library (bus)
: Medium Long Shot
- maintains focus on subject with horizontal movement
- fluid shot (single edit-take)
Name of the
: Get It On (Bang a Gong)
: T. Rex
: transition shot
What's going to happen next?
Slightly suggestive thought:
Dark light + Suspicious actor + a door you leading to a dark room
Dim - darker than normal daylight lighting
Use of Colour
The bus is blue. So are Billy's clothes. Not much..
Chance. Odds are switched. Anything can happen
Foreshadows that luck happend - related to 'Flasher'
*Acting aspect: No
, only acting: focus on billy's
Contrast: rhythm and mood of beat = positive. Acting: suspicious
Effort vs running in phys. ed class
running towards library
Shy, awkward about the idea of ballet to public
Yes I am determined. Then, No dont look at me
: Medium Close-up
: Quick shots back and forth between Bill and Librarian
Music continues. Positive Atmosphere and Rhythm
Transition Shot: No dialogue
Previous Shot Same Aspects
Reflection off laminated book covers on bookshelf
Attention. Bright=Positive Mood
The level is at - height
The level where he wants to be - book
He is within (arms) reach. But still has a work to be able to be comfortable
With the ballet book in Billy's hands. Plot of scene changes:
Previous and Current shot = transition (no dialogue, only background music)
Next = shot with dialogue
: Close-up Shot - emotion,
: Semi-quick shots between Bill and Librarian
Music stops playing after librarian says “Why are you looking at that?”
Viewer is faced with a subjective idea:
ballet is for girls - as if librarian saw the book
When the music stops, tension and conflict arise
This shot is similar to a dramatic pause
This climax to the scene subsides with "You can't take that out on a junior ticket"
Highest point of tension
Position: only turns his head - suspicious
Brings the attention to Billy
Conveys a bright future a
- acting aspect
Dialogue - acting aspect
Light is shining on Billy
When the ending lyrics "Take Me":
Billy 'takes' or steals the book - ticket
Use of Colour
Librarian, Billy, Flasher
Chance. What are the odds? Foreshadowed previously
Became rounded with a scene
Start: uncomfortable being seen
Community: Coal Miners = labour
Changed: confident, keen, risk-taker