Telling a "film-story" is not really different from telling a normal "text-story".
The camera is your narrator and provides different points of view - depending on what you would like to tell and how you intend to present it.
Of course, sound and cuts support the pictures.
So, you can have an objective narrator, i. e. the camera just shows everything without explaining that much (or maybe nothing at all).
A first-person narrative in film means, we get the view of a certain person (or object!), i. e. we see things as the character who tells the story sees them.
As a selective narrator, the camera would show the actions, thoughts and emotions of one character or maybe two protagonists, showing them 'from the outside'.
An omniscient narrator or camera would give insights into almost everybody's lives and reveal more information than the characters themselves have (e. g. DEA officer Hank does not know that Walter, his own brother in law, is the notorious drug producer "Heisenberg", but the viewers know (as they are told by pictures and sound). This creates a lot of suspense and sometimes even funny situations.
Further narrative devices:
Your film ...
... has a good plot.
... uses cinematic devices (camera angle, field size, ...) to create meaning.
... contains sound conveying a message.
... proves your English language skills to be quite nice.
... gets grade ...
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