By V.I. Pudovkin
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They stand all, 45 PUDOVKIN Of the questions of general construction of the scenarlo 5 mention must be made here only of one. During work on the treatment the scenarist must always consider the varying degree of tension in the action. This tension must, after all, be reflected in the spectator forcing him to follow the given part of the picture with more or less excitement. This excitement does situation alone, it not depend from the dramatic can be created or strengthened by 6 The gradual wlndingpurely extraneous methods.
Task of the scenarist 55 PUDOVKIN The tramp a degenerate grown with unshaven bristles brute, his face overIs about to enter a 1. house, but stops 3 his attention caught by something. 2. Close-up of the face of the watching tramp. 3. Showing what he sees a tiny, fluffy kitten asleep In the sun. He raises a heavy stone with 4. The tramp again. the transparent intention of using It to obliterate the sleeping little beast, and only the casual push of a fellow, just then carrying objects Into the house, hinders him from carrying out his cruel Intention.
What is said here is not being pedantic about a word. It is important to realise that even in the pre- paratory general treatment of the scenario must be indicated nothing that is impossible to represent, or that is inessential, but only that which can be established as clear and plastically expressive key- To express externally the character of a scene showing direst poverty, to find acts (not words) characterising the relationship of Andrei to Natasha stones. what such key-stones. It may be argued that work on plastic form belongs already to the next stage and can be left to the director, but to this I emphasise once again that it is always important to have the possible plastic form before one's eyes even in the general approach to the work, in order to escape the possibility of blank gaps in the this is will provide Remember, for example, the word " often/ already mentioned as one entirely unnecessary and incapable of plastic expression.
Film Technique and Film Acting: Memorial Edition with Portrait, Memoir and a revised and completed record of the author's film work by V.I. Pudovkin