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Animal Farm

Storyboard - Pivotal Points


on 25 January 2013

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Transcript of Animal Farm

Animal Farm - Pivotal Points Pivotal Point 1 Pivotal Point 2 Pivotal Point 3 Pivotal Point 4 Pivotal Point 5 Pivotal Point 6 Pivotal Point 7 The Revolution Old Major's Speech “I don't think you should die until you're ready.
Until you've wrung out every last bit of living you can.”
― Libba Bray The Betrayal of Boxer The End The Expulsion of Snowball Battle of the Windmill The Battle of the Cowshed

The secret of success is learning how to use pain and pleasure instead of having pain and pleasure use you. If you do that, you're in control of your life. If you don't, life controls you.
- Tony Robbins “...I will exile my thoughts if they think of you again, and I will rip my lips out if they say your name once more. Now if you do exist, I will tell you my final word in life or in death, I tell you goodbye.”
― Knut Hamsun, Hunger Every man builds his world in his own image.
He has the power to choose, but no power to
escape the necessity of choice.
- Ayn Rand Any change, even a change for the better,
is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts.
- Arnold Bennett Chemistry can be a good and bad thing.
Chemistry is good when you make love with it.
Chemistry is bad when you make crack with it.
- Adam Sandler This picture represents the
"Expulsion of Snowball" because... This horse is kicking the person away. This kick was on purpose, not on accident. The quote says "I tell you goodbye." In "Animal Farm" Snowball get's chased off the farm by undercover dogs, and gets kicked out. Napoleon never wants to see Snowball again (goodbye.) In both "the expulsion of Snowball" and the picture, there is a living thing (horse, Napoleon) that never wants to see the other living thing (person, Snowball) again. Because of this, the person and Snowball get banished. This picture represents the
"Battle of the Windmill" because... In both the "battle of the windmill" and the picture there is a ton of things that went right, but something happened along

the way that ruined it. In "Animal Farm", for multiple months, the animals have been working on a windmill that will supply electricity for the farm. Mr. Jones tries to blow up the windmill but the animals stop him before he can, and only little damage is done. There is a group of wires that are fine (All Snowball's clever ideas) and one that is broken (Windmill). You can make whatever you want. You can choose what you want to make. But if something goes wrong in the making (broken wire), you have to do something about it. No rewinding. In "Animal Farm", when Boxer was sick, instead of Napoleon getting a vet for Boxer, Napoleon tricked him and brought in a person to skin him. In this picture it's "happy grass" that was alive and living happily. But growing from the end of the alive grass, is dead grass. This picture represents the
"Betrayal of Boxer" because... This picture represents
"The End" because... In "Animal Farm, the animals went through a lot of problems (Napoleon) but at the end, overcame the problems, and decided to do something new. (i.e. Stand on two legs, sleep in a bed, drink alcohol.) In this picture, the animals are all watching the other sheep jump off a cliff. It's change, and the other sheep are behind the one, scared for change (drawbacks.) In both "The End" and the picture, there is change. Jumping off a cliff (a new beginning) and the sheep all standing on two legs (against the original commandments.) The change happened with drawbacks (sheep not wanting to jump) and (the confusion of the commandments, which, led to fights.) In "Animal Farm", the battle of the cowshed was when Mr. Jones tried to get his farm back. He was trying to get back something that was taken from him. It caused fight and he eventually gave up. In this picture, the snake is "winning" the fight. The blue guy is trying but it just won't work. He is suffocting. This picture represents the
"Battle of the Cowshed" because... In both "the betrayal of boxer" and the picture, there is a living thing that was beautiful and had a bad (dead) ending. This picture represents the
"Revolution" because... In "Animal Farm", before the revolution, the animals were being abused (bad.) On top of them getting abused, they had to use their little strength to do what was best for them (chasing Mr. Jones off the farm). They should have had their rights from the beginning (another bad thing.) Killing an animal (for this piece of meat) is a bad thing. Eating the dead animal, not caring about its death is a worse thing. In both "the revolution" and the picture, something bad happened but it got worse and went to a level it shouldn't have. (Death) In both "the battle of the cowshed" and the picture, someone is trying to have back what they lost, but it isn't working. Their only option is to give up. Never ignore a gut feeling, but never believe that it's enough.
- Robert Heller This picture represents "Old Major's Speech" because... In "Animal Farm", Old Major's Speech was based on a dream he had. A gut feeling, something he wanted. Something that he thought was important enough to gather everyone to talk about it. In this picture, its Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gathering everyone about a "dream" and very well thought out gut feeling. It was so important that he had to gather everyone to help him make this change. In both "Old Major's Speech" and the picture, there is a very important thought that many people have been called to make this thought be reality.
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