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  • Part Q  Age Certificate: 15  Location: Worldwide  Gender: Both Genders  Social Class: Working Class/ Youth  Must have an interest in how society can affect on people lifestyles  Open minded to the reason why/how people can make mistakes.  Sense of empathy
  • • Target audience: 15 – 18 year olds• I say this because looking at the BBFC standards certain scenes might not be appropriate for any age below that.• Some scenes may be too harsh to watch.• A lot of scenes will portray paranoia, uncertainly, mind confusing, a lot of tension, leave you feeling a bit uneasy.• I decided a bit too much for a below 15 year old to handle. Gender – it is targeted at both genders male and female. There is nothing against any gender or discriminating a particular gender in the sequence.
  • • Social Class – We don‟t want to be too harsh on the viewing of the sequence. But the social class is mostly targeted at middle class and working class people. Affordable and accessible to watch at any time. Upper Interests – Psychological thrillers, paranoia behaviour, science, mental behaviour, toys etc. this all relates to Upper Middle the sequence Middle Middle Hobbies Watching Films Playing Games Lower Middle Collecting Toys Working Upper Lower Poverty
  • Part U How we have met the BBFC standards• “Dangerous behaviour (for example, hanging, suicide and self-harming) should not dwell on detail which could be copied. Easily accessible weapons should not be glamorised”In Our open sequence no “dangerous behaviour” is not shown at all.. There may be frequent use of strong language (for example, „f***‟). The strongest terms (for example, „cunt‟) may be acceptable if justified by the context. Aggressive or repeated use of the strongest language is unlikely to be acceptableIn our open sequence no profanity is used.No theme is prohibited, provided the treatmentis appropriate for 15 year olds.Our themes of revenge is not shown in the open sequence but if it was it would have been appropriate for viewers of 15 +
  • Part R Distribution Company - Why we are using Lionsgate. Because it is what normally takes on thriller movies. it is the most commercially successful independent film and television distribution company in North America.[
  • Part TIn a motion picture, television program, or video game, the opening credits are shown at the very beginningTitling and Credits list the most important members of the production.They are now usually shown as text on a blank screen or static pictures, or sometimes on top of action in the show.Sometimes there may or may not be accompanying music.
  • Part UWe will make our own and not copyanything on this slide due to copyrightsbut these was a inspiration to our group This was used in the Movie “Dead Silence” starts off slow (then after 26 seconds) it speeds up Music That inspired me … This was used in the grudge gaves us the creeps which we thought was effectiveI liked the differentrange of instrumentsused I thought it wouldbe effective to use This was used in “nightmare on elmsomething similar to be street” this was inspiring because itplayed in the open matches our idea it uses young girlssequence when the (Around 5-7 years )saying horrific stuff incredits are on when the tune of a nursery rhymeeverything wassuppose to be calm