Im trying to study for my Film course and I need some help to understand this question.
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Reading a movie script reminds us that the mode of telling that story on screenthe images and soundscan only be approximated or suggested by the written word. With that caveat, we will look at an excerpt from the screenplay for Billy Wilders 1944 crime film, Double Indemnity. It is the climactic scene of the movie where the insurance man, Walter, confronts the treacherous ‘femme fatale’ Phyllis. They have conspired to kill her husband for an insurance payoff, but after that deed was performed, Phyllis has played Walter for a sucker, a fairly typical 1940s crime film plotline.
Earlier in the film, Walter compared acting out a murder to riding on a trolley that when two people conspire to commit such a crime they need to stay on the trolley and stick by one another (and one anothers stories) to the bitter end. Both characters have gotten off the trolley at this point. Note on the script page included in your text book, how the hard-boiled dialogue maintains the noir, crime-film milieu and yet also manages to pack an emotional punch.
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