Afterthe Textual Analyses, the following are things which could make it into production: The introduction of either one or two of the main characters. Like in Love Actually, a totally detached event with the voiceover serving as an introduction to one of the main characters. A voiceover as in Bridget Jones’s Diary, providing the exposition behind the lead female character. A typical romantic introduction, as seen in the Holiday. This would start the film strongly and introduce key generic conventions.
Relating to the narrative structure, some sort of disequilibrium could be hinted at in the sequence – bad relationship or a need for change. HIGH KEY LIGHTING!! A FORM OF VOICEOVER/SOUNDTRACK – perhaps not too much dialogue or no dialogue at all?