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  • Butterfly Effect Analysis Introduction
  • First there is a quote: “It has said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world” This gives the impression that something major, life changing is about to happen. This might be a metaphor for what is about to happen.
  • Ominous music creates a scary mood. Lots of violins and drums add suspense as the man is running. The music creates tension for the audience.
  • The man running suggests that he is scared, frightened and in danger. Something or someone is chasing him. The voices in the background are multiply suggesting that it’s a group of people chasing him. Making him appear vulnerable, and audience immediately are on his side and have sympathy for him.
  • The gown he is wearing is white and looks like a hospital gown – suggesting he has been hospitalized or has been ill in some way. Audience might assume that he is escaping from a hospital.
  • The man is writing a letter to someone explaining how he wants to save someone. We therefore get the impression that he is a hero or the “good guy”. There is a close up on the words “Save her” which suggests that this girl is an integral part to the story.
    • The lighting is dark with washes of blue which gives off an ominous mood and creates tension.
    The butterfly flickering and fluttering into the shape of a brain suggests that the story has something to do with brains. This could therefore be what the man was hospitalized for.
    • There is then a shot of a suburban area, with a boy riding a bike down a hill. This suggests that this is the mans childhood and the “life changing” has not happened yet.