Principles AV Fall 18 Exam Review pt.2
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A monster is an abnormal, horrifying creature who can take the form of a human or _______.
_____ movies usually have the intended effect of frightening an audience with fear of the unknown.
_____ movies are intended to scare viewers, but not all of them do that.
In the book TEEN FILM, author Driscoll says that in teen monster movies j.d. themes overflow to the image of adolescence, as if "adolescents are _____ among us."
_____ narrative in Teen Monster movies includes romantic elements, such as nature, individuality, and very high emotion.
Persons who do not conform to what is defined as "mainstream cultural identity" are seen as the "_____."
This POV heightens the emotional realism of a scene.
Tony in I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF demonstrates extreme _____- like experiences.
Movie monsters are often persecuted by the people who are frightened of those who are _____.
The original teenagers are from this generation.
"To the 'teen-ager nothing is more important than the ________." -from the documentary TEENAGE (2014)
'Teen-age was a compromise solution, where youth received the (1)____ they were looking for, but adults still had some (2)control. -from the documentary TEENAGE (2014)
'Teen-age was a compromise solution, where youth received the (1)freedom they were looking for, but adults still had some (2)_______. -from the documentary TEENAGE (2014)
"A lot of people try to shape the future... but it's the young ones who will live in it, and we are the ones who will ______ for it." -from the documentary TEENAGE (2014)
The 1950's decline of the Hollywood studio system, and a newly identified teenage market resulted in a flood of this new type of films.
The 1950's saw a shift of perspective; juvenile delinquency is seen through the perspective of ___________, focused more on parent-child conflict.
In the 1950s a new relationship formed between teen film and ______ markets.
When a contemporary cultural change is seen as a social crisis.
1950s jd's are iconic and recognizable, they are stylistic ______ for being misunderstood, sensitive or cool.
Early jd films like ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES portrayed a _____ environment. The problem was blamed on society.
______ have failed the young people as portrayed in REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE.
_____ teens are defined as misunderstood, sensitive or cool by REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE.
Stories not bound to narrative realism.
Sound whose source is visible on the screen: voices of characters. sounds made by objects in the story.
The spontaneous breaking into song & dance in a movie.
When the story abandons structural logic in narrative, and music appears from seemingly nowhere.
In LOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY, the teen film trope of the ________ was used to show where youth gathered and socialized.
In the book TEEN FILM, author Driscoll describes this iconic young adult character as, "a young person with fear of judgement, tempered by earnestness, ambition and enthusiasm."
In WEST SIDE STORY a turf war will start when Riff challenges Bernardo at this teen movie trope, the _______.
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