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  • 1. How does your media productrepresent particular socialgroups?
  • 2.  My film represents gender portrayal. The maincharacter is female, who are commonly portrayedto be one of the following archetypes in mediaproducts:Femme FataleLoyal WifeDamsel in Distress In this instance, the female character is theDamsel in Distress as she is clearly the victimrunning away from something and being attacked;she is seen as vulnerable and the film wouldn’thave the same effect if the main character was amale as they are stereotypically seen as theheroes.
  • 3.  Bad Moon ( 1996):While on an expedition in Nepal, photo-journalist Tedand his girlfriend are attacked by a werewolf that kills herand savagely bites him.
  • 4. My film also represents age. The costumeand the actress show the character to bequite young. This again shows hervulnerability because teenagers are mostlyseen as quite naive; an older woman mightseem less vulnerable.
  • 5.  I Was A Teenage Werewolf (1957):Tony Rivers, a troubled teenager at Rockdale High, isknown for losing his temper and overreacting. Within twosessions of therapy, it is suggested to Tony that he wasonce a werewolf.

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