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Title: Paraphrasing A Movie: How to Cite A Movie Scene


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PARAPHRASING A MOVIE HOW TO CITE A MOVIE SCENE
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PARAPHRASING A MOVIE SCENE
  • Paraphrasing a line from a book or play is no
    different from paraphrasing a movie scene. You
    are just giving the basics without describing
    exactly what is going on in the scene.
  • You can use a rephrase tool to help you
    paraphrase effectively.

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COMPREHEND
  • Comprehend what the story is all about. You are
    able to write clearly if you have understood what
    the storyline is.
  • A paraphrase tool online will be of great help to
    reword the statements successfully.

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KNOW THE CHARACTERS
  • Study the main characters as well as the extras.
    Note which characters appears first, who arrives
    later and who goes before the scene ends. This
    way you are to analyze how significant the
    characters are in the movie.
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SETTING
  • Also jot down notes of the scenes setting. Note
    if it is in timeline or out of order. For
    example, when a character tries to remember
    something from his past, this is out in timeline.
    It will help you structure your phrases properly.
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MUSIC
  • You can also take into consideration the music
    used for the scene. It is relevant? Or how does
    it affect the scene?
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COSTUMES AND PROPS
  • Note as well this detailed part of the scene.
    What was the main character is wearing, and how
    do you think it is significant to the setting.
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    dilemmas.

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START TO WRITE
  • After analyzing your information you can now
    start to write. Remember that when you
    paraphrase, be sure you keep the thought of the
    passage intact to avoid confusion to the reader.
  • A paraphrasing tool online can give you a hand in
    doing so.

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USE QUOTATIONS
  • If you are to add what is said from the actual
    scene, be certain that you put them in quotation
    marks. This will save you from committing
    plagiarism.
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CITE
  • It is very important that you cite your work. So
    here is how to do it.
  • Write the film title in italics, followed by a
    period.
  • List the director and performers, with the
    abbreviations "Dir." and "Perf." Put a period
    after the director and separate the performers
    with commas.
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CITE
  • Use a reword generator if you are unsure how to
    paraphrase your work.
  • 3. List the production company, followed by a
    comma and the release or distribution date. Add a
    period after the distribution date.
  • 4. Write the medium followed by a period.
  • Example "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
    Part 2. Dir. David Yates. Perf. Daniel Radcliffe,
    Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 2011. DVD."

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