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  • 1. The opening two minutes of our film requires us to use a variety of actors. The actors below are listed as our main actors as they agreed to help us and were the age group we were looking for for our group.<br />This will be the person playing Rosalyn. Because our main character is a young women, we wanted to portray her as being feminine – so the actor is wearing a long wig to show that she is feminine. In addition, she is young enough to appear easily influenced by others, which is what we needed.<br />This will be the person playing Francis. Because we will not be filming any further than the lower half of his face, we did not feel that his age particularly mattered, despite Francis being much older than Rosalyn. In addition, his voice suits the character, as it is relatively deep.<br />This is the actor that will be playing Liam, the leader of the revolutionaries. Although in the picture he appears younger than Liam would be, he looks like an adult when sombre and fits the requirement for Liam. As well as this, he has a commanding voice that suits a leader.<br />~<br />The remaining actors (shown below) will pose as supporting characters – either a passerby or one of the Ravens. We wanted to show this particular group of the Ravens as being young and easily influenced because it helps to form opinions of their group from the beginning of the film. In addition, young people are usually portrayed by the general media as being delinquents and vandals; we felt that by asking them to carry out a bombing, the audience will understand that many of the Ravens are young people that are more likely to rebel.<br />

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