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Exploring Edward Scissorhands 4, Some Background 4. The Setting 6, Narrative 7, FREE FOR EDUCATIONAL USE Education Resource Edward Scissorhands Page 3. EDWARD SCISSORHANDS TIM BURTON 1990, Edward Scissorhands tells the story of Edward a boy found living alone in a dark mansion on the top of a. mountain Edward is the creation of an elderly inventor who dies before he can replace Edward s. scissorhands with conventional hands The motherly Peg takes Edward under her wing and invites him into. her home to live as part of her family The world into which Edward is placed is a model of pastel coloured. conformity Initially he is welcomed by the rest of the community as an entertaining oddity but is brutally. rejected when things go wrong, EXPLORING EDWARD SCISSORHANDS. This resource provides discussion questions and activities for exploring Edward Scissorhands with your. students ACMI s Film Analysis in the Classroom resource offers complementary material to support the. study of film as text with your students http www acmi net au ed film analysis in classroom htm. You may also like to refer to the ACMI resources created in 2010 for Tim Burton The Exhibition Tim Burton. and the Gothic Imagination http www acmi net au ed kit burton gothic htm and The Fantastical. Imaginings of Tim Burton http www acmi net au ed kit tim burton htm. SOME BACKGROUND, The inspiration for Edward Scissorhands goes back to Tim Burton s childhood in suburban Burbank When.
he was growing up he found the tendency for the people around him to live life on the surface unsettling. and alienating Because everyone was so concerned how things looked on the surface it was very difficult. for anyone to be different, Burton s struggle to deal with this world of conformity was the inspiration for Edward Scissorhands He. says of this character, The idea actually came from a drawing I did a long time ago It was just an image that I liked It came. subconsciously and was linked to a character who wants to touch but can t who was both creative and. destructive It was the feeling that your image and how people perceive you are at odds with what is. inside you, As a class discuss this idea that other people often don t know what is going on inside you and. cannot see the person you feel you really are, o What is the effect of this. o Why does it matter, o Is it always a good idea to let others know what you are thinking and how you are feeling.
What are some of the things we can do to communicate effectively with others. How important is it that we make the effort to really see who other people are. Edward Scissorhands is Tim Burton s most autobiographical film but most of his films feature characters. who are outsiders Burton uses filmmaking as a means of communicating all the feelings that used to be. hidden inside him, FREE FOR EDUCATIONAL USE Education Resource Edward Scissorhands Page 4. Ask students to focus on one important thing that they would like to communicate about. themselves or the world around them They can then choose the art or media form of their choice to. represent this idea belief or quality, Difference and conformity. Describe the way the townspeople in Edward Scissorhands respond to him. o Why do they welcome him at first and then turn against him. o What does this tell us about them and the community they live in. How does Edward respond to the people in the community. o How and why does he struggle to understand his new environment Explain with examples. from the film, Ask students to divide into groups and consider Tim Burton s statement I just remember that. feeling that what people call normal is not normal and what people call abnormal isn t normal. o What does he mean by this, o When how and why might the word normal be used to hurt or control others. o Focus on a number of the characters in Edward Scissorhands to explore the negative. consequences of norms and the pressure to conform, Creativity and Imagination.
Not only is Edward the unique product of his scientist creator s vision and imagination he also benefits. from the love and care lavished on him by this surrogate father. How do we know they have a special relationship, Why are Edward s memories so important. How does Edward reflect and express the creativity and vision of his father. In what ways is Peg different from the other people in the town. Describe what we learn about her when she is first introduced. Why is Peg the only townsperson to actually even notice that Edward s house is looming over the. How does Peg respond to Edward and what does this tell us about her. Describe Kim s character How does she change and why. FREE FOR EDUCATIONAL USE Education Resource Edward Scissorhands Page 5. Choose a scene where we see Kim learning more about herself and the world she lives in as a result. of meeting Edward Describe what happens and explain Edward s role. Being human, Director Tim Burton has always been fascinated by the idea of what makes someone truly human and this. is one of the central themes of Edward Scissorhands. In what ways is Edward more human than most of the people he encounters. Which characters in Edward Scissorhands are the most destructive and monstrous Explain. What are the values that the film advocates, THE SETTING. Describe the two worlds depicted in Edward Scissorhands. How do lighting colour and shape influence our understanding of each of these worlds Explain. How do the characters costumes emphasise the contrast between the 2 worlds explored in the. Explain how the contrast between these two worlds adds to our understanding of the story and the. themes being communicated, What does each of these places represent. How are these two worlds connected through the characters of Edward and Kim. When Tim Burton described the suburb in which he grew up he said that there was no sense of. history no sense of culture no sense of passion for anything How does this description apply to. the town in Edward Scissorhands, Films can often be classified into groups or genres based on the recognisable story elements they share.
e g horror comedy romcom These story elements are known as genre conventions Often films use. elements from a number of different genres, Horror Film. Watch the scene where Peg visits Edward s house, o What well known film genre is this scene drawing on. o Focusing on what you see and what you hear identify all the features of this genre. o How does this scene build up our expectations about what is going to happen and then. surprises us, Fairy Tale, In Edward Scissorhands the opening and closing scenes provide a frame for the main story It also gives us. important information about the kind of story we are watching. Provide a single sentence description of the beginning and end of the film. o What do they tell us about the kind of story being told in Edward Scissorhands Well a. long time ago, FREE FOR EDUCATIONAL USE Education Resource Edward Scissorhands Page 6. The special effects and make up artist Stan Winston who worked on Edward Scissorhands was only able. to understand what Burton was trying to achieve when he realised the film was a fairy tale Up until that. point he had been trying to use logic to understand the story. List the fairy tale elements in Edward Scissorhands. Fairy tales are used to teach, What does Edward Scissorhands teach us.
Fairy Tales are also about magic and transformation. Explain what is magical about Edward Scissorhands, Describe the way that Edward transforms the world below his house How is this communicated. How is Edward Scissorhands also a teen film Explain identifying the elements drawn from this. When Tim Burton was criticised that Jim s death at the end of the film made the film too dark he. suggested it was a revenge fantasy in response to the behavior of the jocks at his high school. What do you think of the portrayal of Jim and the other high school students. Do you think that Jim s death is the most appropriate way of ending the story or would there have. been other possibly better alternatives, One of the key conventions a familiar element of the teen film is that the main character learns more. about who they are and grows as a person, Which character in Edward Scissorhands goes through this process of gaining self knowledge. Map the events that take place in the story in the order in which they take place. o When and how do we find out about who Edward is and where he has come from. o What is the effect of this, o Why have Tim Burton and scriptwriter Caroline Thompson decided to tell the story in this. o How does this way of telling Edward s story reinforce Burton s message about the. limitations of trying to understand an individual through the way s he presents him herself. to the world, FREE FOR EDUCATIONAL USE Education Resource Edward Scissorhands Page 7.
Teacher Resource FREE FOR EDUCATIONAL a boy found living alone in a dark mansion on the top of a Fairy Tale Fairy Tale

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