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1 Plot indicates all actions in a film that audience can see or hear orderly Story even includes all the plots also things that are not presented in the film directly Directors and producers leave rooms for audience to assume about the storyline In the textbook theres a example of narration in the Road Warrior that Max is the center of the plot and audiences are limited to his knowledge which is an example of plot As directors dont want to tell the direct story to people they leave gaps for audience to fill and compose the story by ourselves In the lecture we have talked about specific example in ET Elliott went outside to get a pizza and he felt something is in backyard so he throws a ball surprisingly the ball comes back Its whats about plot that we see and hear about whats happening As a story audience assumes that theres ET inside of the backyard since beginning of the movie they got to have a chance to see the UFO leaving What we see in the film is plot as Elliott interacted with ET although he doesnt know its ET However audience knows that Its ET who wasnt presented directly In the movie Small Deaths it seems like a movie of a girls life When we just watch it as plot there are three big incidents When Annemarie became a teenager she hangs out with a little girl outside of the house All we see in the plot is the they are hanging out with each other and having good time until she discovers a cow which is about to die As a plot it can be a simple incident that she has but after the first plot which draws her disappointment story can be assumed that the movie is talking about disappointment that comes again and again in life Also the certain colors that we can see in the movie
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