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Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?
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Evaluation Question Two - How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Soical Groups?

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  • 1. Evaluation Question Two:How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Social Groups? By Laura Thornborrow
  • 2. Our Film: The Presence:
  • 3. Our Main Character: This is Amy in costume during the film
  • 4.  The Protagonist in our film:  The reason for have a younger female as our protagonist character is due to the stereotypes which are associated with young females. These include things like: them being more vulnerable, more emotional etc. Our Target Audience:  The reason for select this particular target, which will be roughly 15-25 is because they maybe able to relate to some of the thing the character does better than older or even young people.
  • 5.  The Main Characters Costume:  The reason for costume which Amy wore thought the film, was because the clothing looked natural, therefore it would create more realistic and life-like storyline for people watching, as they may refer to thing they have done which are included in the film.  The costume she wore included: A blue and white stripy vest top, black legging and cream/brown flat pumps. The costume she wore also was created with the help of our target audience research in the stages before our filming process began.  It also shows the stereotypical costume and/or outfit which people of that age may or may not wear on a day to day bases.
  • 6. A Real Product: Halloween
  • 7. The Main Character:
  • 8.  In the film ‘Halloween’ the victim of the film is Tommy Doyle’. The film was first made in 1978 since then many things in the film have changed this was shown when the last ‘Halloween’ film was release in 2007.
  • 9.  The mise-en-scene in the film is easily connected to the title of the film. E.G. The pumpkin is a sign of ‘Halloween’. The pumpkin has a flicking light inside which make the scene look scary and creep
  • 10. ComparingBoth Films:
  • 11. Comparing Character:
  • 12. Comparing Location:
  • 13. Similarities: Both film wanted to create a scary and creepy effect.  The film ‘The Presence’ create this effect by adding the effects onto the font and onto the camera work in the running sequence  The film ‘Halloween’ created this effect by placing a light inside the pumpkin which start to flicker during the scene.
  • 14. Differences: The protagonist character are both different:  The film ‘The Presence’ has the protagonist character as a female character. This reinforce the stereotypical character for a horror film.  Where as the film ‘Halloween’ has the protagonist character as a male character. This subverts the stereotypical character for a horror film.

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