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17 Mar

In opposition to the preserved subjectivity of the first-person narrator the third-person narrator provides the illusion of subjectivity.

The third-person narrative is that which has no character, a narrator that is not a player in the story.

In many ways narration allows the viewer to have more information than even the main characters depicted in the story.

To understand the functions of voice-over narration in film it is important to see its place in the overall structure or lack thereof, of narrative in general.

This narrator can take many forms; in film it can describe both the camera and soundtrack itself as well as the overt narration of a voice-over.

The voice-over is the easiest form of narrative agency to find and describe in film, in part because it is usually distinctly separate from the film frame.

Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) Introduction: Talking Over It All narrative mediums: literature, theater, song, television, film, etc.

Sometimes these inner thoughts reveal ideas of issues that wouldn’t be apparent without the voice-over.The function as well as the form is influence by greater issues of narrative that encompass all types of narrative media.Structure and Post Structure of Film Narration While there is much disagreement about the terminology used to describe narratives and their forms, there is agreement, in that a narrative ‘tells a story.’ Mieke Bal, a narratologist, or structuralist narrative theorist, describes the narrative text through the manner of its telling.Cohan and Shires describe the first-person as character bound- “When a narrator is also a character in the story, however peripheral, the narration is character-bound, told in the first person …” (Cohen and Shires 90) First-person narration is often little more than internal monologue; monologues that play well on the stage and the page but seem false in the “neo-realism” of the screen maybe internalized into voice-over.Again, the narration is fundamentally giving the audience information that would not have been easily conveyed in the main body of the movie.