Fus3 entertainment Doc. analysis

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Fus3 entertainment Doc. analysis

  1. 1. DOCUMENTARY 1 – SUPER SIZE ME
  2. 2. SUPERSIZE ME - Soundtrack at the beginning quite dramatic, building up to his McDonald’s challenge. - Facts used to show audience how populated the world is with McDonalds emphasising it’s danger - Professionals used to show the ‘realism’ of the experiment to convince the audience the harsh reality. - Voiceover highlights and emphasis when he’s not feeling well, sympathy is created during hence audience start believing hating McDonalds - The length of the documentary (Part 1 + 2) contributes to the documentary’s purpose as the more information given the bigger the impact - Interview with experts to authenticate the views of McDonalds as being harsh and unhealthy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6XGTAZ8xlM
  3. 3. DOCUMENTARY 2 - MCLAREN
  4. 4. MCLAREN DOCUMENTARY - -Voiceover is quite expressive in the terms of, describing the features of the car with exaggeration e.g. “The 1001 hand-made pistons” and terminology which is sophisticated trying to establish the brand as high-class enticing the audience to buy the finish product - Soundtrack isn’t used too much, the exception when the car is actually being built. - Interview with the company workers, can be seen as biased due to the fact each interview is clearly boasting the product. This is done to stick with the documentary’s purpose (sell the car.) - Mise-en-scene – The actual factory is shown, showing the audience the entire process allowing them to witness first-hand which hopefully would attract customer to buy the product more. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuQvKuqYUk 4
  5. 5. DOCUMENTARY 3 – DANGEROUS COMPANIONS
  6. 6. DANGEROUS COMPANIONS- Soundtrack is up-beat lively to reflect the relationship between K.Richardson and lions but also the positive attitude of the lions. Also adds to the purpose of the documentary to make Lions seem sociable and friendly and that man and beast can live in harmony.- Voiceover is seen as ‘supportive’ as it fills in for what K.Richardson isn’t able to express such as Lion names, birth, age etc.- Interview with the Lion professional (K.Richardson himself) to express his relationship with the lions and how he feels about them (positive tone used throughout)- No facts/titles used (with the exception of intro) this is to serve the purpose. They want the audience to realise that the bond they have is real therefor no fancy titles/facts to make the audience go in circles.- Actual footage of K.Richardson playing the lions is the trademark of the programme as it’s how it promotes the actual message. As the lions are seen accepting Kevin without any signs of being drugged/trained. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXnOzsRaYU 0

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