Select a film, short story, or drama that is worthy of your time and analysis
Select a film, short story, or drama that is worthy of your time and analysis and, using Aristotle’s ideas of good dramatic storytelling from the lecture, analyze your story in a 750- to 1,000-word paper.Which elements are obviously connected to Aristotle’s aesthetic principles? The elements to examine include the following:1. Is the story believable?2. Is the action complete?3. Does the action make sense according to the law of probability or necessity?4. Is the action serious?5. Does the action have a good cause-effect chain that increases complication and rising action?6. Is the story complex enough to hold the audience’s attention?7. Is there a clear universal theme?8. Is the plot unified?9. Does the story contain dramatic irony?10. Does the story contain an epiphany, or a sudden reversal of fortune?11. Is the hero or heroine a character with whom the audience can identify?Limit your discussion to three or four principles that best illustrate Aristotle’s ideas. Do not try to analyze everything.