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The filmmakers have to make many decisions when coming up with the concept for the film; for example, the period in which they want it to be set, the location, the actors who will play the different roles and so on. This is before they can begin to think about staging, framing and capturing the action.


Once you have seen the film, use the following questions as starting points for discussion. If you have not yet seen it you can use the clips and images on this site to help you:



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