director of photography,
runner, and more all do on a film. Then we’ll cover ways of talking about the film itself, covering
acting, and more. In the comments, tell me what your favourite film is – and explain why, using some of the new vocabulary and phrases you’ve learned.
Thanks a lot, Mr. Benjamin for such sophisticated film vocabulary.
One of my favorite films is “The Catcher in the Rye” (2008). One of my favorite scenes in this film-when the patients are watching TV after the nurse had turned off TV.
I totally agree with someone’s comment for this film “This is 75 minutes and 6 seconds of pure blue screen. Nothing less and nothing more”
Thanks your sharing the information , excellent
Thank you Benjamin, I like to watch Hollywood movies only with subtitles because I can’t hear the whole text.
I score 78%. Thanks for the question.
Great lesson, I really got something out of it. That was really good, I never thought of it. Thanks a lot.
Thanks a lot Benjamin