Part E Chosen theme, brainstorm for opening • Theme: Young Couples Close up Misunderstanding Flash forwardsShowing emotions of Clips of after hea character/s proposed to her Mid-shot Brainstorm He took his phone out Boyfriend + Girlfriend to see who called him POV Other girl seeing them together Young and became + proposing engaged Cheating in a relationship
Research about our theme: Young couples Draft 1• There are almost 16 million adults aged 16-24 living in the UK of which almost three in ten (4.6 million) are either married or living with their partner.• So there is a conflict in needs and readiness when it comes to relationships for those in that age bracket. Some may marry prematurely because the need for connection wins out.• Students who marry while in school may be missing out on some experiences that would enhance their life experience and maturity.• In their late teens and early twenties, people are still forming their adult identities, and are still doing a lot of growing psychologically. It is best to wait to marry until after about age 27 or so to ensure that this growth curve has begun to slow down. This reduces the chance that people will later come to realize that they didn’t really know themselves yet when they got married, as well as feel that they have grown apart from their partner.Part F
Part F Research about our theme: Young couples Draft 2 • Adults aged 16-24 living in the UK of which almost are either married or living with their partner.• Many young couples rush to marry because they believe theyre ready for the long- term commitment, Later on they face many difficulties like; Verbal Miscommunication Incompatible • Usually one partner will interrupt • teenagers realize they the other to find fault, debate the just want different truth or side-track to a new topic things during the argument. Nonverbal Communication • Women are often more adept at reading nonverbal communication • jump to conclusions about what their partner is thinking about before the partner has a chance to speak.
Research about our theme: young Part F couple Draft 2 Some may marry prematurely because the need for connection and to feel loved by someone.Family problems • Favouring or disfavouring family members • Divorce • Communication problemsIn their late teens and early twenties, people are still forming their adultidentities, and are still doing a lot of growing psychologically Sleepover with friends First love/ relationshipSchool/education and sharing secrets Future careers Playing ball with friends
Part G Chosen Conventions and how it develop Convention Use/Develop/Challenge Description and Examples from film Purpose with still shot Conflict and Use- this convention of conflict in a drama This is the scene where Precious film is kind of predictable, as most drama Precious and her mum Arguments films have arguments between characters. were fighting after Precious gets home Develop- We will develop this convention in with her new baby. This our opening sequence by using close ups and challenges the extreme close ups with an addition of convention as it have gestures and movements of the characters. high violence between characters. Love Triangle Use- this convention of love triangle is rarely This scene is when she Closer scene in a drama film, but in a drama- told her husband that romance films are possibly have a love she’s seeing another triangle or a challenge for the couples. guy. This uses the convention of love Develop- we will develop this convention by triangle, because it is a using another girl, so that the girlfriend of confession that she’s the boy will think he’s cheating. However, seeing another man. there will be a twist and it was just a misunderstanding
Who are the Characters & who theyPart H represent Draft 1 Ramina: Nevaeh The Boyfriend’s close friend Clothes: Black clothes to show jealousy, and darkNeil: John Ina: Lily The Boyfriend/ Fiancée of his girlfriend John’s FiancéeClothes: Semi Smart clothes when proposing Clothes: Semi formal clothes while he’s proposing Jeans and Hoody when going out with to herother girlfriend Jogging bottoms and Top when she saw them holding hands
Who are the Character and who they represent Draft 2 John’s Semi Formal Outfit Name: Neil Guevarra - For their Date with Lily Age: 17 Character Name: John Character Age: John’s Non- Formal Outfit - When he is with NevaehCharacter Clothes•Wears semi-formal clothes when he’swith Lily on their date•Wears jeans and hoody when he’swith Nevaeh in the park Phone when Lily calls him The necklace that he willPart H be wearing throughout the film
Who are the Character and who they represent Draft 2 Lily’s Semi Formal Outfit Name: Ina Bayson - For their Date with John Age: 17 Character Name: Lily Character Age: Lily’s Non- Formal Outfit - When following John to the Park with NevaehCharacter Clothes•Wears semi-formal clothes whenshe’s with John on their date•Wears jogging bottoms, and topwhen she saw John and Nevaeh inthe park Phone that she The ring that will be using John will give Jewellery that shePart H to her will wear ing their date
Who are the Character and who they represent Draft 2 Name: Ramina Arlauskaite Age: 18 Character Name: Nevaeh Character Age:Character Clothes•Wears black clothes throughout thescenes Nevaeh’s Casual Outfit - When she is standing outside the Café - When she is with John in the Park Part H
Who are the Character and who they represent for (draft 2/3) opening sequence Name: Neil Guevarra Age: 17 Character Name: John Character Age:Character Clothes• Grey and Black hoody• Black Jacket• Grey/ blue jeans• shoes Both pictures represent an average teenager with normal clothes Part H
Who are the Character and who theyrepresent for (draft 2/3) opening sequence Name: Ina Bayson Age: 17 Character Name: Ina Character Age:Character Clothes• Dark blue skinny jeans• Pink hoody• Black jacket• Thick Scarf Both pictures represent an• Shoes average teenager with normal• Pink top• Blue and red polo clothes• Necklace• Mack upPart H
Part I Location/Setting Draft 1 • Cafe: where John proposes to Lily, while Nevaeh is outside looking at them.
Part I Location/Setting Draft 1 • Round wood Park: When Lily saw John and Nevaeh holding hands
Part I Location/Draft 2 We are going to use the Park (Roundwood Park) for our whole Opening Sequence. This is the place where Lily would see Nevaeh This is the place where and John John will propose to her We chose this place, because we want to make the audience think that why would he be with Nevaeh in the same place, where he proposed to Lily.
Part J How are we going to create enigma • Showing pieces of the puzzle – Not showing everything – Building suspense • Flashes of clips – There will be a flash forward
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