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FILM EE, Sidney Lumet, importance of location

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I have idea for my EE in film and i need the advice is it a good idea, plus help me specify the topic and research question if so. 

I thought to write how the movies depannd and how the story is lead when there is no major change in the location, or simple when there is only one location where the action take place. I thought to write this essay based on three movies of Sidney Lumet: "12 Angry Man" (1957), "Murder on the Orient Express" (1974), and Dog Day Afternoon" (1975).

Tell me what do you think about that.

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There won't be many people on here who have done a Film EE because it's relatively uncommon. If you don't get a response, I'd suggest posting this on https://www.reddit.com/r/IBO/ because there's a better chance that someone that did a Film EE will see it on there.

As an unqualified person to answer this though, I think it's great. You can talk about the significance of setting/non-setting in the movies.

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