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  • 1. The expressions on both of their faces are quite similar but differ slightly. Leilahas more of a fearful awareness on her face where as Lilith is more at piecealthough her eyes tell a very different story of control. Both protagonists arelaying down which connotes how they are both processing an idea, thought, plan ofaction or recent event. Both characters are of a pale nature with dark hair whichcoincides with the unsettling feeling both characters give off. Leila is covered inblood and wearing white. Lilith is also wearing white but clean which again connotesher being in control of the situation and Leila not. The settings of both differfrom exterior to interior. Being outside and alone like Leila emphasises that shefinds no place safe as she is the victim. Lilith residing inside allows the audience tothink she is safe from harm as she is the one inflicting it others. The lighting onLilith’s face is high key, a reflection from the sun to make the audience focus onher eyes even more so to unveil what lies behind them.