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  • 1. Identifying the target audience of dramas Georgi Honnor
  • 2. This drama (City of Bones) is rated UK12a, this means that the target audience is over 12. The characters in this drama are of the older teenager-young adult age group. This age group are also the target audience.
  • 3. The spectacular now is rated 'R' which in American Film means it is unsuitable for under 17s to watch without an accompanying parent/guardian. From just looking at the first two dramas I can understand that dramas are often directed at older teens- to adults.
  • 4. The Shawshank redemption is also rated 'R' meaning restricted viewing and it is mainly directed at over 17s.
  • 5. Schindler's List is rated a UK 15 again telling me that many dramas are directed at an older audience. The British Board of Film Classification says that this film could therefore contain strong violence/language, hence making it unsuitable for a young audience.
  • 6. Life as a house again is a UK15, so again not targeted at a younger audience.

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