William Parcher At the Pentagon First appears when John is deciphering Russian codes at the Pentagon. John has just explained to the general that the codes are “latitudes and longitudes,” and they “appear to be routing orders across the border into the US.” The General replies: “extraordinary.” A close-up shows John smile and look up. […]

Additional scenes: Charles Herman     John presents his Equilibrium Theory to Professor Hellinger     A series of extreme close-ups and close ups show the final paper of John’s work as Professor Hellinger intently flips through the paper. The classical music is still present but quieter, showing that the Professor is concentrating on the […]

Significant details about Charles Herman Scene: John meets Charles for the first time (1)  Outgoing Confident Alcoholic Amusing Unmotivated Blunt Intrusive Rambunctious Gestural Charismatic Insightful into John (character, needs, thoughts) Ambiguous Understanding What is John doing/what is going on around John when Charles appears? Watching people socialise and interact, he seems envious about what is […]

English Speech – What is right and what is just Assessment Standard 2.5 The purpose of this seminar is to educate and ultimately influence you here today on the need to open up our arms to those less fortunate than us. A country such as New Zealand, which is affluent in many aspects, holds the […]

AS 2.4 “Perspectives” writing – From riches to rags Statement of Intent: The purpose of this piece is to portray changes that people go through in life for differing reasons, and how it can have a significant effect on them. The main character originally appears to be an obnoxious person,however, an event during the story […]

Essay – To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee In the novel ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’, by Harper Lee, there is one specific aspect of her writing style that is used by the author to portray her purpose in the text. This is the evident contrast between one key protagonist, Atticus Finch, and the antagonist […]