Write short, concrete sentences. Avoid complex structures or impersonal (passive) expressions. Remember the basic structure and use it:
Affirmative: SUBJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS
Negative: SUBJECT + AUXILIARY (do/does/did/have...) + NOT + COMPLEMENTS
Questions: AUXILIARY + SUBJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS + ?
Use simple vocabulary to introduce the topic. Look up specific vocabulary in dictionaries. DON'T use translators, they will eliminate all your personal contributions to the texts.
Question 1: Use dictionaries to look up cinema vocabulary. Make sure that the word you use is referred to films (www.wordreference.com)
Questions 2-3: use simple structures and focus on the vocabulary you already know. Separate physical and psychological descriptions (don't mix both aspects). Regarding locations, remember the film and try to get a general idea of them.
Question 4: think of the clothes and garments the protagonists wear in the film. Revise the concept of "genuine people". Connect both aspects.
Question 5: remember the conventions and traditions of the XVIIIth Century. Think of the objectives which the protagonists want to get. Connect both aspects and get a conclusion: are they happy?
With these tips and a little patience, your dossier will be nearly perfect.
Go for it!!!