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Living with regret

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Genre
  • 3. Setting
  • 4. Plot/Narrative
    • Act one
    • Plot point 1
    • Act two
    • plot point 2
    • Act three
  • 5.
    •  
    • The main character:
    • Flash back shows character in younger years
    •  
    • Type:
    • the flash back
    • Tells a story and experiences of life as a teenager
    •  
    • Setting:
    • School in which character attend
    • Character’s apartment
  • 6. Iconography   Contempory music Juxtaposition clothing Stock Characters   Love interest ‘ the outsider’ Setting   School Luxury London Apartment weather Narrative   Neglect
  • 7.
    • budgets.
    • Low budget film
    • an indie film.
    • No sophisticated and high costing sets
    • Fox searchlight - Subsidiary of 20 th century fox
  • 8.
    • Audience.
    • The film is aimed at women age 16-50.
    • other films times these goers like to watch are rom-coms, romance, comedy and mainly always prefer films with happy endings.
    • Certificate:15
  • 9.
    • Main character:
    • Name: Jennifer Taylor
    • grows up as an outsider in school but blossoms when she is older.
  • 10.
    • The love interest:
    • Aaron Jones
    • Had a crush on him though out high school, but she wasn't good enough for him until she ‘blossomed’.
  • 11. The best friend/ future ‘enemy’ The ‘mean girl’/ her future best friend. The best friend/ the future ‘enemy’
  • 12. The teacher who hates her. The class joker/ boy that always had a crush on Jennifer.