The Plot Segmentation: Analysis of the General Film (Movie Review Sample)
You will write a short formal analysis and plot segmentation of The general. The analysis will look at some of the elements of the film’s form: narrative, mise-en-scène, cinematography, acting, editing, and sound.
The Plot Segmentation is a written outline of the film’s major and minor parts, and will help with understanding the narrative’s shape and progression.
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Analysis of the General Film
Institution of Affiliation
The General is an American film by United Artists that is considered to be one of the greatest films ever made. This is despite the film performing poorly at the box office. The Movie was one of the high budget production of the time costing $750,000. The film was in part inspired by Andrew's raid that resulted in Union forces destroying essential elements of the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
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1 Train travelling into town
2 War Breaks Out
3 The South Begins Enlisting Soldiers
1 Annabelleâ€™s father and Brother leave to attempt to enlist
2 Johnnie is coerced to enlist by Annabelle
Jonnie attempts to enlist
3 Denied enlistment due to his specialization
4 Attempts to enlist surreptiously
5 Fired from job after his attempt is discovered
6 Lies about not wanting to enlist
5 Town where enlistment is taking place
Annabelle leaves Johnnie and promises to reunite with him when he wears the confederate uniform
6 Wifeâ€™s father wounded in battle
7 Annabelle travels to see her father
8 Union spies steal the train after passengers disembark to eat
9 Annabelle s left on the train and is captured as a prisoner
10 Johnnie gives chase using another train
Train is disconnected from other cars and thu...
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