Chance (film) - Stylistic Techniques

Stylistic Techniques

  • Non-linear storytelling -- The film begins with a provocative situation and then goes back in time to show how the situation came to occur.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall -- Both Chance as the narrator and the "strolling minstrel" break the fourth wall by talking or singing directly to the camera.

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