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Writing the Critical Reflection

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  • 1. Writing the Critical Reflection
  • 2. • Focus on MICRO features• State ways MICRO features are encourage the audience to interpret the scene in a particular way• State how you want the audience to ‘feel’ during the sequence (e.g. suspenseful, scared, intrigued)• Be clear that nothing in your project is left to chance – every MICRO element serves a purpose and communicates ‘something’ to the audience

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