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  • 1. Target Audience Research Ahmed Khan
  • 2. Gender The target gender for our film is both female and male. We see both sides of the gender making mistakes not just the typical male making a mistake we see the female Lara not turning up on time. Our film also reflects on the stereotypical behavior of males before a date which may be a laugh for the males to look at as well as the females.
  • 3. Socio-economic groups Our target groups are D-E as they are likely to relate to the light hearted comic genre of the film. Group E is classified as people such as students who are unemployed, our film appeals to students as our actors are also students in there teens.
  • 4. Age Range Our Production is suitable for any age range, however our film appeals to students and young adults aged 12- 28. They will enjoy the notion of a date going wrong. The reason for this is that they will be able to relate to the situation more than any other age group.
  • 5. BBFC (British Board Of Classification) The adult can take the child using his own judgment to dictate whether the films suitable for the child. However films classed as 12A is not recommended for a child below 12. There’s brief amounts of nudity and the only strong language used is towards the end of the film where the main actor swears in frustration.

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