Write a 750 word minimum to 1,000 word maximum essay on Citizen Kane that addresses the questions below. A well written minimum 750 word essay earns at least a C grade. However, to insure higher grades, you must develop more depth. The maximum length of 1,000 well written words covers all aspects with sufficient depth to elevate the grade to the higher levels. IF YOU USE ANY OUTSIDE SOURCE, THEN YOU MUST CITE IT! See the plagiarism statement below. Write the essay on how Citizen Kane’s mise-en-scene and cinematography do or do not promote the narrative and storytelling of the film. Use the questions below to guide your essay. This is an analysis essay that deals with these questions not simply answering them. Use and bold at least 10 terms from the chapters to raise the level of the diction in your analysis. List of terms: Gaffer, Best boy Mise-en-scene, Production Values Design, Lenses Composition, Fast Motion Production Designer / Art Director Setting, Deep-space composition Deep-focus composition, The rule of thirds Set, Décor, Rack focus On location, Black and White film / Color film Blocking, Camera operator Aspect ratio Lighting / Sound stage Eye Level / High Angle / Low Angle / Dutch Angle Chiasroscuro, Three Point Lighting Costumes / Makeup / Hairstyle Script supervisor, Slow Motion Framing Moving frame, Camera crew Point of view, Depth of Field Director of Photography / Cinematographer Off-screen space / Onscreen space, Low-key Lighting /High Key lighting Open frame / Closed frame Kinesis Shot / Setup / Take Properties, Figures, 1.How does the design create (or fail to create) the space, time and mood of the film? Is the design believable? Why or why not? 2.Choose a scene from the film that supports your argument – what is the composition within the frame in the key shots? Where are the figures placed? What is the relationship among the figures in the foreground, middle ground and background? Specifically, how does this scene support your argument? 3. Is framing in most of the film open or closed? How can you tell? What is the effect of this framing on your understanding of the narrative and characters? How does the use of framing support your argument? 4. How does the film use movement? How does the use of movement complement or detract from the development of the narrative? 5. Identify lighting techniques used. How does lighting impact your perception of the narrative? 6. Keep track of instances in which the film uses shots other than the medium shot – for instance, extreme close-ups or extreme long shots. What role do these shots play in developing the film’s narrative? 7. Are high- or low-angle shots used in the film? Are they point-of-view shots? What do they convey about the person or thing in the frame? 8. Are the compositions of the shots balanced in a way that conforms to the rule of thirds? Try to describe how the composition contributes to the scenes and to the narrative.