Les Miserable's - Ms. "C" Lipsig

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Name: ______________________________ Series #: 6-Oscar Season
Dates 2/4/2014
About the film
What genre would you assign to this film?
Drama
Action
Adventure
Horror
Musical/Dance Sci-fi
Comedy
War
Crime/Gangster
Western
Epics/Historical
Non-fiction
Why: ______________________________________________________________________________
What is the environment/backdrop (milieu) of the story?
Current times
future history
place/time in history
alternate history
fantasy world
Fictional world
mythical
parallel universe
simulated reality
utopian
Dystopian
other: _______________________________________________________
Why: ______________________________________________________________________________
What is the overarching mood/emotional tone for this story?
Sorrow gloom
upbeat
warm
tense
empowering
Fun
triumph
struggle
optimistic
patriotic
frustration
Playful
other: _________________________________________________
Title/year: Les Miserable's [2012]
Running time: 158
Director: Tom Hooper
Writers: Victor Hugo [book] William Nicholson [screenplay]
Academy awards: won: supporting actress [Ann Hathaway], make-up,
sound mixing. Nominated: Best picture, leading actor [Hugh Jackman],
costume, music, production design
Plot synopsis: Jean Valjean, known as Prisoner 24601, is released from prison and
breaks parole to create a new life for himself while evading the grip of the persistent Inspector Javert. Set in post-revolutionary France, the story reaches resolution against the
background of the June Rebellion. Written by Anonymous
Why: ______________________________________________________________________________
What overall theme would you assign this story?
Man vs Nature
Man vs. Himself
Loss of innocence Revenge
Death as a part of life
The battle
Individual vs. society
Triumph over adversity
Love conquers all
Good vs evil
Other: ___________________________________
Why: ______________________________________________________________________________
Critiquing
The ‘art’ of film making– behind the screen work that makes a film bad, good or GREAT!
5-Perfect fit
4-Well done
3-Occassionally noticed
Category
2-poorly done
1-seriously?!?
Rating
Sound (mundane & special)
Editing style flow
Cinematography (Visual appeal)
Mise en scene qualities
Costumes
Set designs/locations
Props
Placement of actors 5
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4-believable
3-generally seem to fit
Category
Dialogue
Plot
Flow of events
Resolution
Characters
Protagonist
Supporting characters
Antagonist
Overall rating of this film:
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I gave this film a rating of ________ thumbs up because ___________________________
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I liked ___________________________________________________________________
because __________________________________________________________________
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I disliked _________________________________________________________________
because __________________________________________________________________
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Grading Rubric
10-9= clear evidentiary support; 8-7= supported response; 6-5.5= response; ___≤ 5= needs improvement
Story aspects
5-Perfect fit
Review of film
2-unbelievable
Rating
1-what!?!
About the film: honest & evidence supporting WHY statement
_____/10
Review: thoughtful & evidence supporting opinion
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5
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About the Story: Scores for each section = 5 points
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Assignment total: 40
A= 40-36 B= 35-32
C= 31-28 D= 27-24
5= thorough, very detailed, insightful, will provide excellent reference
4= sufficient, accurate, will provide good reference
3= superficial, limited, may be some help
___≤ 2= vague, incomplete, will be little to no help
______/20
Total points _____/40 date ________
Re-grade
_____/40 date ________
Character Analysis– Describe personality, behavior, thinking processes
Hugh Jackman as
Jean Valjean
Anne Hathaway as
Fantine
Russell Crowe as
Javert
Name: _______________________________ Series #
6– Oscars 2012
Dates: 2/4//14
Title: Les Miserable’s
About the Story
Character relationships & connections: Write: character names in bubbles; Draw lines indicating characters connections; Write on line the type of relationship
Amanda Seyfried
as Cosette
Turning points events that cause characters to behave the way they do, alter a characters path,
cause a character to change dramatically, OR alter the pathway of the story.
Sacha Baron Cohen
as Thenardier
Eddie Redmayne
as Marius
Daniel Huttlestone as
Gavroche
Helena Bonham Carter
as
Madam Thenardier
Aaron Tveit as
Enjoles
Outline of story – bullet points
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