"Discoveries allow individuals to review their perspective of the…
"Discoveries allow individuals to review their perspective of the world around them"
"But Kenai, he attacked us."
Conversation between Kenai and Koda shows the realisation that man has been hunting bear for no reason and that men are the monsters; not bears.
"I don't blame the bear Kenai"
Physical discovery that Kenai has become a bear
Non-diegetic music (frantic)
Tracking movement of camera as Kenai stumbles though forest realising that he is a bear
"I don't speak bear" - Tanana
Diegetic dialogue of chipmunk talking
3 brothers discovering broken basket
Panning camera following bear tracks to broken basket
Overlapping of Kenai's memories and Koda's story until Kenai starts to see things from a bears point of view
Physical discovery that starts the entire story
Discovery of images not capturing violence that Hurley witnessed
Layering of images: composite image shown then highlighting the parts that were added in.
Comparison of Antarctica to War
Daughters having a different perspective of their father after they re-discover where he went
Indirect interviews and re-enactments shows sisters discovering who their father was
Manipulation of the audience and the realisation that Frank Hurley's images were composite changes audiences perspective on Frank Hurley
lap dissolve of highlighting to show composite images. Followed by voice over narration and commentary.
Both find out about the true nature of humans through violence
Both go from a point where life is valued to point where one only wants to kill the other
Both have some physical discoveries
Both have certain discoveries that kicks off the main story
BB is more of a spiritual discovery rather than the physical discoveries FH makes
Physical discoveries of Brother Bear don't change perspective