Citizen Kane

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Scene: "Declaration of Principles 

4. Figure Movement and Expression (Acting)

In the movie Citizen Kane, directed by Orson Welles the scene I chose to analyze is Charles Foster Kane, played by Orson Welles, Declaration of Principles to his newspaper the "Enquirer . This scene takes place in a small office with crÃme colored walls with wood trim. There are two Elizabethan windows on the far right wall. The window to the right is larger and looms over Kane as if he is on a throne. In front of the window on the left is a large metal chair in which Jedidiah Leland sits. Across the back wall is a long rectangular couch. In front and to the left of the couch is a long wooden table on which a gas lantern sits. At the end of the table there is a small wooden chair with leather cushioning. Kane uses a large sheet of torn scrap paper and a black correction pencil to write his declaration of principles on. Jedidiah Leland is holding a cigar during their conversation but he n

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