Location Shot 1This shot is the first scene shown in the trailer, it is when theattacker is fleeing after wounding Daniel (Main Character).We used this location due to the fact that it quite vast andopen and we need to portray the fact that the attacker isgetting away. This shot may not be in the final trailer as wemay use somewhere else for this POV shot.
Location Shot 2These multiple shots are the second scene within the film which is aflashback shot as Daniel is waking up in his house and finding all thebottles of booze his mom has left around. As you can see we haveused close-up shots, over the shoulder shots and high and low angleshots. We will use this location for definite in the final trailer.
Location Shot 3This is the next shots in the third scene and fourth scene of the trailer. Theshots in the third scene are on shot of a POV of Daniel looking at his bloodyhands. The other shot is a close up of Daniel, this shot we have used for themagazine draft cover as it is convincing and attracting to the audience tohave the close up shot on the magazine. The second set of shots are that ofthe college scene in which Daniel argues with the teacher. This location willbe used in the final trailer as it is easily accessible and adds the sense ofreality to the piece with the location actually being part of a school.
Location Shot 4These locations and storyline shots are from scenes 5 and 6. The shotsin scene 5 are the same location as the shots in the 1st scene. Theseshow Daniel crawling away after his attack. These shots we have used tocreate our poster as we felt as though it would inventive and attractive tothe audience if we had a close up of the character in pain. The secondset of photo’s here are shots from the scene 6. Here the girlfriend of thedealer gives the dealer’s card to Daniel. This location will be used in thefinal trailer.
Location Shot 5This shot is the shot in scene 7 when Daniel meets theDealer for the first time. We used the school to do thisshot but for the final film we have decided on using adifferent location to make the meeting between the twocharacters seem more authentic and realsitic.
Location Shot 6These shot are a repeat of the shots in scene 5 asthe trailer is cutting back to Daniel crawling andstruggling after being attacked. These photo’s inparticular are the photo’s we will be using for theposter (See Blog) although we may change tolocation that the audience sees Daniel Crawling.
Location Shot 7These final shots are of when Daniel is confronted by his friend Mason about hisproblems that the audience has seen during the trailer. This shot is taken outside of6th form common room and will be used in the final trailer for definite as again likethe earlier school scenes it adds the sense of realism and authenticity. We havethought that maybe we could use Mason as part of the magazine cover but weconcluded that having Daniel and the dealer would look better.