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    • This is how we are going to film our character when walking to the window – an over the shoulder shot (OTS). I think it will work well to show the feelings of the man, turning his back to the camera can signify his worry and panicked self. Just like our prelim we had a side shot of our man with neon lights flickering. I think it looks good with the red as red can be a ‘danger’ signifier. I also think it works well with it being dark outside and the surroundings in the background are very plain which means the focus still remains on the main
    • This shot is going to be one of our first shots of our man in his motel room. I really like how the attention is drawn to the man and it can really show his distress with his facial expression. The background/set however is different to what my group and I were thinking to make. Just like our prelim we had a side shot of our man with neon lights flickering. I think that the blue also works really well . This is one of the shots we are going to use for our bathroom scene. I think it’s an interesting shot as it can represent the character feeling isolated. Its also a very plain bathroom which is
    • We are also planning to use this shot in our sequence – a side shot. I think this is quite a peculiar shot as the camera has been tilted making it almost an awkward position for the audience to view. I think it will work well and I would like to include it in our sequence. I really like the contrast in this shot with the character having a dark shadow showing his expressions. In my sequence we were planning to make it an extremely bright room but I think the mellower light could work