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Comparing the Production of the Crucible to the Film My task was to compare the production of the crucible into the movie. The things I needed to compare were light, camera angles (just applies to the movie), dramatic components, characters and atmosphere effects. Lighting ======== From the drama, at the beginning, the lighting has been utilized to make a spooky setting, which I thought was very great as the crucible is an eerie drama. Lanterns hanging from the ceilings using a dim light made this result. The viewer would feel shivers since they might only find the actors faces. The remaining part of the human body of every actor and actress was coated by the shadow, from the remaining part of the stage. The next scene was well done utilizing the mild effect. All of Proctors house was gloomy and dark. The light source came out of a burning flame, which was in the front of the stage and an open back door in the back. The consequence was that the audience could feel chilly, since the point temperature seemed cold, which was done as a symbol to demonstrate just how Goody Proctor felt when she had been accused of being a witch. The shadow matched the atmosphere. In the third scene, the light was coming out of 2 windows in the court. This meant that the light was only powerful enough to allow the viewers to view. This matched the point atmosphere as things were not looking too bright for John Proctor. The shadow reinforced the gloominess. The outside light was also gloomy, which suggests nothing is right around Abigail. In the final scene, just the middle of the stage was lit. This again demonstrates gloominess. Prison cells are supposed to be black so that they do not appear pleasant, and with the di...