Mise en scene role
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  • 1. Mise en scene: My mise en scene job role consisted on two main characters as stated in my planning. One main character is a young teenage girl from an afro-Caribbean background whilst the second main character is of white British ethnicity. I decided for my character – played by Jade Craig – to have a ‘street’ look in order to fit the label of a working class teenager. By this I decided for this character to have a part of her hair shaven (as shown in a picture to the right) and wearing a pair of Nike trainers and casual dark jacket. My other protagonist – played by Clarissa Thompson – I decided to play as a middle class character. I therefore had the character hold an iPhone as a prop as wear as a shirt, sweater and small booted heels to convey a casual yet smart look, opposed to the other main character. I also wanted this character to appear ‘snobby’ and uninterested in other people’s decisions being made for group plans. To portray this I had the character make specific gestures and movement to convey her attitude. I wanted to middle class actress to perform this way to exemplify that working class Caribbean ‘street’ girls are not all stereotypically the same.