Compare/ Contast. Othello. Share: What similarities and differences did you notice in emotions and facial expressions? What similarities and differences did you notice in voices? What similarities and differences did you notice in actions?
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Now, the most important question: How did these differences affect the feel or overall emotion of the scene? Did they make the scene feel more…tense, loose, rushed, calm, quiet, thoughtful, violent, intense, modern, old, big, romantic, dark, scary, light, heavy, suspenseful, relaxed, happy, sad, angry, ordered, chaotic, bright, soft, hard, important, bare, solid, fragile…?
This is way too vague. I could write this without watching the video. What are some descriptive words a writer could use to describe the feeling of the scene?Examples (W)