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  • 1. Questionnaire: Target Audiences <br />This question is to be filled out by 15 year olds (male/female)<br />(Please circle one answer)<br />
    • What do you look for in a Thriller movie? Action Adventure Horror Suspense Mystery Tension Good Storyline Mise-en-scene Murder
    • 2. Should there be a mystery? Yes No
    • 3. Is it relevant that there are references to gory scenes? Yep Nope
    • 4. Do the roles of the Protagonist and Antagonist have to be stereotypically portrayed? (e.g. The bad guy always bad, the good guy is completely good)
    • 5. Yes No
    • 6. Name one thriller film you have most enjoyed, over the period of this year/ and last year? ..........................
    • 7. Is the thriller genre your favourite type of film? Yes No
    • 8. How important are props within thrillers, for you?
    • 9. Very important Quite Important Not really bothered
    • 10. Are suspense and tension elements of a thriller that appeal to you?
    • 11. Yesss Nooo
    • 12. Do you think that 15 certificate thriller films are always right for your age group? Yes No
    • 13. Should they include more or less references to thriller conventions or just stay the same?
    More conventions (more gore, horror scenes, language, nudity, whatever) <br />Stay the same<br /> Less conventions (make them less of all of the above ^)<br />