I am an absolute amateur regarding directing, but have been reading up on the subject and been paying close attention to filmworks, both real and animated.
The thing is, I have about one and a half minute of a single character speaking to the viewer(introduction and world story building). But I haven't encountered such scenes during other films so i'm not really sure how to pull it off.
I have tried looking for the fundamentals of lengthy and rather static scenes but have come up quite empty.
The scene in question looks a bit like :
And the scene itself:
I figure there should be plenty of room for different shots, but i'm unsure how to fill them.
Just to clarify, I guess I'm looking for perhaps a scene of a real film that has similar conditions to this or a technique explained which helps in directing a rather static scene.