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The Tell-Tale Heart is a horror story written by Edgar Allan Poe The story was written in 1843 and became an animated film in 1953 The film was preferred over the short story The film is preferred because of the music the narration and the images The film is an interesting perspective on the written short story by Edgar Allen PoeThe music helped the film in the tone of the story and the genre of the story The music helps give a tone of the film to be spooky by the dynamics and the tempo The dynamics and the tempo of the music help the intensity of the film so the viewer is attentive and has adrenalin in finding what the film is about The intensity of the music lets the viewer know when the climax of the story The music sets the tone in which the film is toldThe narration is one the main parts of the short film it is the voice of the killer The narrator was able to portray the story with the use of pausing and the dynamics to help the viewer become scared The pausing let the viewer absorb the information in how the killer kills the old man The dynamics of the narrator help show the confidence and the vulnerability of the killer in different parts of the story Without the different techniques of the narrators voice the story would not have been as scary as it wasThe images in which is shown is very important not only because the story is also a film The images that are shown are the objects in which the killer sees Some of the images show the vulnerability of the old man for example the clay water jug shows how easily the old man can die The images also tell the viewer the place and time of the film Also the images sets the tone to be a gloomy dreadful and
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