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The 11th Hour Rhetorical Analysis

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Ashley Kozubal

on 5 May 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Ashley Kozubal Rhetorical Analysis of the Film 11th Hour The 11th Hour
Interviewees chosen Scientists
marine biologists
physicists
oceanographers
ecologists
etc.
Politicians
Environmentalists
Journalists
Nobel Prize winners
Authors
AND more
Gave a reference of why they are an expert of the subject

Leonardo DiCaprio as the narrator Title of the Film The Beginning Dramatic entrence
Introduction to the argument
Fast place clips with dramatic music
melting ice
ocean shots
forests
natural disasters: tornadoes, forest fires, hurricanes
CO2 contributors
automobiles
industrial work
Wild Animals
Image of the earth
The Core of the Film Analytical section
Interviews
accompanied by clips and images
Audio
DiCaprio scences as transitions
Utilized clips
news reports
signing acts
politicians
Graphics
The End of the Film Optimistic ending
Releasing the penguins
Images of people from around the world
Concluding statements from narrator and interviewees
Images
Environment
mountains
waterfalls
rivers
marshes
etc.
Image of the earth The premise of the film or the thesis is that we have created the problem that the earth is facing now and we have a responsibility to help fix this problem.

EXPOSITORY MODE
direct relationship between the images and the narration
interviews that support the argument
a conventional narrative structure
narrator appears in the film
In the Biblical sense
the last hour before an anticipated event
Calender Year
December 31st
11:59
final hour
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