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    • Evaluation Task One In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms And conventions of real media products?
    • This pill taking scene is from The MatrixThe Matrix (1999)(1999). During the well known blue pill or red pill scene. Our thriller involves a close up shot of the main protagonist taking a pill, that is shown to be the misuse taking of drugs, rather than a way of curing something. And in this scene above we have captured the identical moment, except from the fact the glass is in a different hand to the man in The Matrix.
    • Here I managed to find an identical side shot, of a driver in Fast and FuriousFast and Furious. In comparison to our shot, they are both male, we wanted to show the concentration on his face, which is shown in both our shot and the Fast and Furious shot. Both drivers are also holding the steering wheel exactly the same. We decided to use a medium close- up, to show his facial expressions and body language, but we also wanted to show some of the car eg. The steering wheel, the seat belt and the mirrors to portray to the audience that he is driving the car.
    • We wanted the title of the film to come last in the opening credit titles . We also decided to go for the classic black and white theme, as this gives the title a lot of power and creates suspension for the audience watching. A cast majority of the title of the film are in capital letters , which was the idea we decided to go with, this makes the title stand out. Our Thriller heading
    • Our Opening Sequence consists of a morning routine of this middle aged detective who’s an alcoholic. The same idea is used in the TV series Mad Men (2007). There is a shot of the protagonist pouring orange juice into a glass. This shot is identical to ours, except the fact our actor is pouring alcohol into his glass. The director in Mad Men, has chosen to not include the mans head or his whole body, he has taken a close up shot of his arms and his hand; this makes the audience focus on what he is pouring. In both sequences, the room is presented in a dark room, to portray the early morning, with just the natural light pouring in from the windows.
    • Our Opening Sequence consists of a morning routine of this middle aged detective who’s an alcoholic. The same idea is used in the TV series Mad Men (2007). There is a shot of the protagonist pouring orange juice into a glass. This shot is identical to ours, except the fact our actor is pouring alcohol into his glass. The director in Mad Men, has chosen to not include the mans head or his whole body, he has taken a close up shot of his arms and his hand; this makes the audience focus on what he is pouring. In both sequences, the room is presented in a dark room, to portray the early morning, with just the natural light pouring in from the windows.