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  1. MONSTER Walter Dean Myers

  2. Characters • Steve Harmon: • 16-years-0ld • On trial for murder • Main character

  3. Sandra Petrocelli • Prosecutor

  4. Kathy O’Brien • Defense Attorney • Doubts Steve

  5. James King • 23-years-old • Thug • On trial for murder

  6. Richard “Bobo” Evans • King’s partner • Cuts deals with police • “The Rat”

  7. Osvaldo Cruz • Member of the Diablos • Wannabe thug • King’s partner • Cuts deal with police

  8. Lorelle Henry • Witness

  9. Jose Delgado • Found dead body

  10. Mr. Nesbitt • Victim • Killed in robbery

  11. Briggs • Lead counsel for defense

  12. Mr. Sawicki • Film Club Advisor • Steve’s film teacher

  13. Wendell Bowen • Bought cigarettes from Bobo • Heard about crime after it happened

  14. Tony • Steve’s childhood friend

  15. Jerry • Steve’s 11-year-old brother

  16. Theater Terms • Fade: sound and lighting term: to increase (fade up), decrease (fade down) or eliminate (fade out) gradually the brightness of a lantern or the volume of a sound.

  17. Point of View: (POV) • looking out of the camera in the view of a certain character.

  18. Voice Over: (VO) • Indicates that dialogue will be heard on a movie's soundtrack, but the speaker will not be shown.

  19. Close up: (CU) • A shot in which the subject is larger than the frame, revealing much detail.

  20. Dissolve: • An editing technique whereby the images of one shot is gradually replaced by the images of another.

  21. Reaction Shot • a shot that cuts away from the main scene or speaker in order to show a character's reaction to it.

  22. Camera Swing • When camera travels from one view to another without shutting off.

  23. Framing • the use of edges of the film to select and to compose what will be visible onscreen. • Medium shot (MS) • Long shot (LS)

  24. Cut to in the finished film, an instantaneous change from one framing to another.