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  • 1. What went well... I managed to use the actual soundtrack from the real trailer and made my own shots fit. The “A life of” titles that flick through quickly match the beat of the music well. So too does the people speaking to one another and the tigers roar. The sound, voiceover and music all add drama and emotion to the piece. Without them the trailer remake would not be effective as it is the voiceover that explains the story and music sets the mood of the scene, such as the dark music when the boat is in the storm suggests it is in danger. The “unbelievable” title that appears on screen at 2:01 could have appeared just a little later as to work better with the timing of the music. It is not very noticeable, but still could have been made better! At 1:05 there appears to be a jump in the score, this could have been faded in gradually as to not make it quite so abrupt. Even better if... You hear a man screaming “get out” when he is not visible on screen. This part of the score could have been cut out as not to confuse the audience. This dialogue does not match what is on screen.