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  • Secrets and Lies:
    Ellie Scott & Ellie Glickman
  • Sequence One:
    Costumes: Son seems to have not made an effort, however, mother, father and grandmother seem to have made an effort on their appearances. Seem to be a working class family.
    The mother seems to be trying to make out as if they are a perfect family, however the father and son do not seem happy. From looking at the family’s body language the mother is very confident and looks in control, whereas the father and son are quite closed, unconfident and unhappy. Also, the mother put her heads down like she is ashamed of her husband and the fact that his tie is not perfect.
    The family come across stereotypically British when they say ‘cheese’ before the photo is taken.
    The background on which the photo is taken is very dull and plain and anything put in front would look colourful.
    The father in this sequence is being stereotyped due to the fact that men are usually seen as lazy and in the shadows of their wife.
    All together the family look very false and look as if they are trying to prove to others that they are a perfect family and nothing is wrong.
  • Sequence Two:
    The man within this sequence comes across as rather arrogant and is very eager to show off his talent of fighting. He seems to be representing Britain with his fighting spirit and how he is very proud.
    The red on his gloves represent blood and possibly his passion for fighting.
    The gold belt that he wears could possibly mean he has won a fighting medal in the past.
    Also, how he is moving around in the photo shoot shows that he is loving the attention he is getting from the photographer. As well as this him having his top off, shows his arrogance and how cocky he is.
  • Sequence Three:
    The photographer has to make her smile as she seems very serious and dull.
    She is obviously a nurse who has worked 15 years to possibly gain her degree.
    Even when she does laugh, it is not even a proper laugh it is a stifled laugh.
    She seems to be a very hardworking and severe character and not very friendly or approachable.
    She is very stiff and doesn’t seem to move around a lot in front of the camera and she tends to keep the same facial expression throughout- very dull.
    Her nurse uniform is very clean and in place, also the blue and white colour of her uniform represents purity.
    The photographer coax the smile out of her as at the end he says ‘lovely’.
  • Sequence Three:
    The photographer has to make her smile as she seems very serious and dull.
    She is obviously a nurse who has worked 15 years to possibly gain her degree.
    Even when she does laugh, it is not even a proper laugh it is a stifled laugh.
    She seems to be a very hardworking and severe character and not very friendly or approachable.
    She is very stiff and doesn’t seem to move around a lot in front of the camera and she tends to keep the same facial expression throughout- very dull.
    Her nurse uniform is very clean and in place, also the blue and white colour of her uniform represents purity.
    The photographer coax the smile out of her as at the end he says ‘lovely’.
  • Sequence Four:
    The background immediately stands out as it is a very bright white, this symbolising the purity and cleanliness of the mother and her child. Also the mother is wearing white- again representing her and the baby being pure.
    The baby is the main focus of this scene as the mother is not even looking into the camera- male dominating the scene.
    The mother has a very calming and quiet voice.
    Mother looks lovingly into her sons eyes.
  • Sequence Five:
    The fact that the dog is the only thing in the photo shoot it shows she adores her dog and also she is wearing a jumper with dogs on it, showing how much she loves dogs-they are her world!
    The photographer has to ask her twice to get out of the way of the camera as she is constantly fussing over her pet.
    The red blanket makes the dog stand out and be the min focus within the shot.
    The blanket and the woman’s top are both red, this is representative of the British flag.
  • Sequence Six:
    The woman in this scene comes across as a typical English cat owner.
    It is very stereotypical of elderly women to adore their cats and see them as their pride and joy.
    The photographer humour the old woman, and keep her happy be saying how nice her and her cat look and he wants her to be happy with her photo.
    The fact that there is a bow on the chair in which the cat is sitting shows the cats importance, like a trophy.
  • Sequence Seven:
    Man looks very nervous and unsure and looks as if he doesn’t want to be there.
    Seems scared and afraid about his arranged marriage.
    Very stereotypical of the Indian community, with the arranged marriages.
    He seems to have made an effort with his suit etc.
    He is wearing a very plain suit, which blends in with the background-showing that he doesn’t stand out particularly.
  • Sequence Eight:
    This scene shows a man, who looks as if he is a very comical character. We think this because he is wearing a fake moustache, a red hat, and a bow tie, all these things being symbolic of a clown and what a clown would wear.
    The man tells the photographer that he does not want a flash, and he seems to say this in a serious tone, however the photographer ignores him and uses a flash on his camera to take the picture.
  • Sequence Nine:
    Very flirty, dressed too young for the age to try and impress, rather immature, trying to re-live their teenage years.
    They all seem very excited about the photo shoot.
    The two in black have tried to dress provocatively, but the other in blue wants to be fun and young!
    Middle aged women are being stereotyped here- trying to look and act younger than they actually are.
  • Sequence Ten:
    Mother acts as if children are her angels and she comes across as very precious about her children.
    The two lights in the background highlight and focus on the three children.
    The fact that the mother is fussing over the children clothes etc show how she loves her children and would do anything for them.
    The mother seems to be rather open as she discussing how she has had fertility treatment with a complete stranger.
    Baby blue on children- calm, clean, innocent.
    The fact that the lady within this scene could afford to have fertility treatment and have a photo shoot done makes the audience immediately think that she is quite a wealthy character.
  • Sequence Eleven:
    The mother fusses over her son and seems to be over protective.
    The son is very well dressed, for the purpose of the photo shoot and has obviously been dressed by his mother. His mother seems to be stereotypical of treating her son like a ‘cotton wool’ child as she is constantly picking up on things her son is doing wrong and wanting him to be perfect.
    The young boy is not at all interested in the photo shoot and really is too young to know that he must concentrate and pose for the camera.
    The mother seems to want to paint a perfect picture of her son, most probably for others to see.
  • Sequence Twelve:
    The lady within this scene is dressed in stockings and very provocative clothing, however it is clear that the photographer and her are doing it as a joke. This is obvious as at the end of the shot, she says to him how ‘silly’ this all is.
    She is probably doing this to show the stereotypical women who dress in clothing not suitable for their age group, and to back up the famous saying ‘mutton dressed as lamb’.
    The lighting of the shot is focused purposely on the woman’s chest and thighs, this done purposely for the shot they are both after.
  • Sequence Thirteen:
    Within this scene the majority of the men are standing up and the oldest man is sitting in the centre, this symbolising that they are being respectful of their elders.
    All of the men are dressed in smart and professional clothing, giving off the impression that they are business men or have dressed appropriately for the photo shoot.
    Towards the end of this particular scene, the man second in from the left looks at his watch, indicating that he is busy and has other places to be.