Write a minimum of a 1,000-word analysis in which you address the following: When attempting to ascertain how Tony Scott’s Man On Fire ‘works’, i.e., how it is doing what it is doing, it is up to us, the viewer, to bring together a framework of understanding upon the film in question. This framework employs our own idea (or ideas) generated by and about the film that we have explored using the basic cinematic principles and elements. Provide an introductory paragraph that includes the thesis statement that you will be arguing for in your paper. Remember, a thesis is an idea you have generated about the film after having analyzed it extensively. In the body of your analysis, remember to use those cinematic elements and principles most applicable to your thesis statement. In your concluding paragraph, sum up the main ideas that you have generated about the film as well as provide any further ideas for exploration regarding this film. Reference Film: An Introduction as well as a minimum of two others sources (course ERRs or other legitimate sources) that will support the thesis you are arguing. THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL Format your analysis consistent with APA guidelines. Because this is an academic analysis, this paper will include an introductory paragraph, a body consisting of the above topic points, and a concluding paragraph.