|1.||In a serious picture the settings should provide enough atmosphere to give the story the appearance of reality.|
|2.||A setting must be simple enough for the audience quickly to grasp the whole scene and its meaning.|
|3.||It makes no difference if a setting is artificial, as long as it seems real.|
|4.||Settings in an historical picture should be an accurate representation of the period in which the story takes place.|
|5.||A setting should not take the attention of the audience away from important action.|
|6.||The costuming should contribute to the atmosphere of the play.|
Here are some questions which members of the class may wish to ask themselves after they have seen a photoplay. Perhaps the students in your group can find other questions which they wish to add, or they may wish to change this list.