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  • 1. Type of Shot Ground Level Medium Close Up Shot No. 1 Timing 1 sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement No sound, until the door opens and this leads onto the next shot.
  • 2. Type of Shot Ground Level Medium Close Up Shot No. 2 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Music starts playing, slow, upbeat. Figure walks towards camera, from the clothing and bare legs it is clear it is a woman. .
  • 3. Type of Shot Medium Close Up Shot No. 3 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Girl walking by a sink, numerous bottles by the sink. Her face is not shown, but you can see it is a girl by her long hair and the visible facial features. She walks beside the worktop and the camera is parallel to her, following her. The sound is the same music from the previous shot.
  • 4. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 4 Timing Half a second Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous slide, no change in tempo. A female hand is seen taking a bottle from a shelf, we do not know if it is the same girl from previous shots as we cannot see her face, but we assume it is. .
  • 5. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 4 Timing 0.2 of a second Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. As the girl removes a bottle from the shelf, the bottle leaves a space in which we can see the girls face. This gives us the character for the trailer. She is a young, attractive female. .
  • 6. Type of Shot Medium Close Up Shot No. 5 Timing 2 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. We can see a female walking, and we can tell it is the same female from the previous shots as she has the bottle she took from the shelf in the previous shot. She is a silhouette, by use of the lighting in the shot. The camera pans down her body, from her waist to her feet. It is not clear where she is walking. .
  • 7. Type of Shot Medium Close Up Shot No. 5 Timing 2 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. This is the end of shot 5, where the camera has reached her feet. It is clear that she is walking down a corridor. .
  • 8. Type of Shot Medium Long Shot Shot No. 6 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. We can see the girl in a room, lit by ambient lighting. The colours are very light, connoting beauty and innocence. The colour of her clothing is in contrast to this, as she is wearing black. The girl is looking behind her, almost as if she has heard something, or that she is worried there is someone behind her. .
  • 9. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 7 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. We see the heeled shoes of the female character, walking across a plush carpet. This connotes luxury and class, as do her shoes. She takes 2 steps, and the camera follows her walk. .
  • 10. Type of Shot Medium Long Shot Shot No. 8 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. We see the girl laying on a sofa, drinking from the bottle she took from the self. .
  • 11. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 9 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. The camera is facing the girl’s face, as she is drinking from the bottle. Her eyes are closed, meaning she is unaware of any danger she may be in. .
  • 12. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 9 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement Same music as previous shots. As her head tilts further back, her eyes open and she appears to be looking behind her, with a scared expression on her face. The lighting on her face highlights her eyes, showing she is vulnerable. .
  • 13. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 10 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement. The music from the previous shots is interrupted by a shrieking sound, that sounds like smashing glass followed by a female scream. We see a gloved hand shoving the bottle downwards, although we do not see it enter the girl’s mouth until the end of the shot. The girl’s hand is still on the bottle, showing the attacker has only just been seen by her, as she is still drinking from the bottle. Her hand has light shining on it, making it seem pure and pale, which is in contrast to the gloved attackers black hand.
  • 14. Type of Shot Big Close Up Shot No. 10 Timing 1 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement This shot is accompanied by a shrieking noise that sounds like smashing glass and a female scream. Here we see the gloved hand pushing the bottle into the girl’s throat, as we can see her mouth open wide. She is also holding the bottle herself, showing how quickly the attacker approached her; she didn’t have time to even take her hand away from the bottle to defend herself. .
  • 15. Type of Shot Text Shot No. 11 Timing 3 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement. This shot has no sound accompanying it, instead the silence is used for maximum effect after the sound of the previous shots. The white writing against the black background has a dramatic effect as the two contrast each other. The font of the text is eery, fitting the iconography of the genre.
  • 16. Type of Shot Text Shot No. 11 Timing 3 Sec Dialogue – Sound – Camera Movement This piece of text has a red line underlining it, which slices across the screen. I believe the red is meant to connote blood, as it’s appearance onto the scream is accompanied by a sound which sounds like a blade followed by a splashing, squishing sound which could sound like blood. .