Question 3 (1 point) For Lumet, saying “print” is his biggest responsibility. Question 3 options:TrueFalseSave Question 4 (1 point) Above the line costs include: Director, Actors, Property, Writer, and…

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Lumet contends the Studio system has always treated writers very well

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Melodrama makes ________ its highest priority, and everyone is subservient  to it.

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Conflict

Drama

The storyline

Symbolism

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For Lumet, saying “print” is his biggest responsibility.

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Above the line costs include: Director, Actors, Property, Writer, and…

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The gaffer

The Producer

The lights

The camera

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Melodrama is a __________ that makes the implausible  plausible.

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heightened theatricality

Fantasy

Talky

Rigid tale

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A “setup” is

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A trick played on the actors

A dramatic device

A three piece light kit

The preparation for the next take

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Once Lumet accepts a movie the most critical question for him becomes

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What is the movie about?

Who is the cast?

What should the movie feel like?

What should the movie look like?

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When the director yells “Print,” this means

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That section of the script will be revised.

A still image of that scene will be made for promotions.

The take will go to the lab to be developed.

The take was no good and they should go again.

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