Write an analysis of one particular scene or sequence of scenes in Pan’s Labyrinth.
Write an analysis of one particular scene or sequence of scenes in Pan’s Labyrinth. Essentially the paper consists of two parts. In the first part you want to (1) describe as clearly as possible what is happening in the scene or
sequence of scenes; (2) observe as many relevant details as you possibly can, retaining for your paper the ones that are most relevant to the second part of the paper. Such details can relate to anything in the frame (mise en scène) as well as any technical aspect of the framing itself. In the second part of the paper you will want to (1) speculate on the meaning of your observed details, noting how they contribute to, or reinforce, or undermine overarching themes, plots, and perspectives, and (2) connect those details to
other moments in the film to demonstrate either continuity or discontinuity.
Try to use some of the critical film vocabulary as introduced to you in Corrigan’s A Short Guide to Writing About Film, esp. pp. 38-85 and the glossary on p. 180. Here is how Corrigan describes this exercise: “Choose a single short sequence [from 30 seconds to about 5 minutes] from a film and annotate it as precisely as you can. Describe those annotations in clear, precise prose. Are there any conclusions you can draw or interpretations you would make about the sequence?” (37).
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