Friday, 11 May 2012

More on social groups.

Throughout the film we used various camera shots to represent teenagers...

The first shot of Ben represents teens in that we can see as the audience that he dresses as an everyday teenager, most teenagers want to be discrete which suggests why he is wearing a dark jacket, similarly in the picture just to the right wearing a dark jacket and trousers shows them to be average teenagers.

The next two pictures are a two shot, this allows the audience to see more of their reactions at the same time and there are quite a few of these shots throughout the video clip.

The next shot is a close up of Ben's face as this enables the audience to see that he is really shocked and so maybe they too should also be shocked.

The next picture is an over the shoulder shot so the audience can see from Ben's point of view and that maybe he therefore thinks that it is a silly idea to take the dangerous route rather than the safer but longer option.

The next shot is a close up of my characters face this enables the audience to see how shocked and scared she is, also you can see a hint of regret for not listening to Ben on taking the safer route.

This is followed by the shot of Ben dead and lying on the floor, and a reason for the audience to think my character had been silly to ignore Ben.

We then see my character come face to face with the killer, we have done a two shot of this so that the audience can see it as the characters experience it. Also the killer is placed slightly higher to show dominance.

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