Analyze the film according to its mise-en-scene, which can include framing, proxemics, etc.

Analyze the film according to its mise-en-scene, which can include framing, proxemics, etc.
At least 1500 words. Header/footer, title, citations, works cited/reference list, captions, etc., do not count toward this total.
Double-spaced
Times or Times New Roman 12 font
A unique title that encapsulates your argument/approach
Written entirely in third-person voice (no I, you, etc). You do not need to tell us I think…. or refer to yourself as the writer, the student, etc.