The scene setup is within the official environment and it acts more like a stage play. It begins with an observation happening at the laboratory or a small room setup where he is electrified. He is encouraged to speak, but he tries to convey that he would not speak. He then gets into a ward which looked like a prison. There were many people sitting as audience to admire the show and the scenes that happen one by one. Unexpectedly, George’s dog licks him. Things happen rapidly. The director has used minimum setting to transition between the scenes. Towards the end of the film, he tries to portray the support of audience when Peppy and George join together. It was a Hollywoodland where the event took place and the audience enjoyed every bit of it though it is a silent movie. The given scene includes sorrow, sarcasm and joy. Sorrows were initially portrayed. In the studio, he finds that the studio boss pampers Peppy and he gives a sarcastic look towards it. He was once the star but Peppy is consequently celebrated as a star now (Phillips, 2011). Towards the end of the movie, he is totally joyous about their collaboration and his scenes with the dog were emotional. They express excellent understanding and the trust between them was visible through their activities and expressions. The given scene revolves around 3 important themes – thirst for identity, different versions of reality and competition. The messages are conveyed in simple yet convincing ways that move the audience.