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  • 1. 9 FRAME ANALYSIS OF THE WARD By Ellie High
  • 2. An establishing shot has been used at the beginning ofthe opening sequence to set the scene of the film and toshow the audience that it is going to be a very dark film.
  • 3. The 6 shots below show a montage shot of the establishing shot shown in the first slide, by these shots we can see that the place looks very creepy and run down because of the low key lighting used in all of the clips.
  • 4. A tracking shot is used of a dark corridor with flickering lights making thescene feel eerie. Also to scare the audience the sound of the lights and foot steps are used. Footstep sounds are a very typical convention as it makes the audience think.
  • 5. A crane shot has been used in this scene to show the vulnerable girl as the lightning flickers outside it makes it more and more creepy.
  • 6. A close up shot has been used to show the young girlbeing strangled which is a way of torture, a very typical convention of a horror.
  • 7. Special effects have been used in the shot which is a picture of a woman getting treated, which links to the film. Also thecostume the person is wearing is a good convention of a horror.
  • 8. Again, on this shot the shattered glass is special effects and showing a picture of a young girl which looks distressed.
  • 9. An establishing shot has been used to show the location of the film and when it is set because the location looks run down itsmakes the audience think another typical convention of a horror.
  • 10. A tracking shot has been used to show thesurroundings, then the police car that drives past. As soon as she sees the police car she runs away.