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I am currently editing my Film EE, and my advisor (not very experienced in IB) suggested that i define mise-en-scene in my essay. Is this true?? Or is there no definition needed, as it is a film term??

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I didn't take Film but mise-en-scene should be basic enough that you should only define if you are studying a non-mainstream interpretation of the word. Otherwise, it wouldn't necessarily be wrong to define it, but it would just be very weird.

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