Girl interruptedA teenagers stayed 18-month at amental institution as she have beenhaving some delusions.True story
How does scene employ conventions of genre ? Long / Big Movements Big face expressionComments (or make jokes) when not on the right Close up shotssituation
Who is target audience? How does the scene cater to that specific audience?Age: 18 - 30Gender: Female & MaleEthnicity: White: British, Mixed, Asian or Asian British, Black or Black British, Chinese,Other...Interests/hobbies: Smoking, Drinking, MoneySocial status: Working class & Mid Class BBFC – British Board of Film Classification detailed portrayal of illegal drug use, violent or which may cause harm dangerous acts to public health or morals.
Character(s) + representation + Costume/props The open legs and doll colour clothes The silk ____ she is wearing portrays (dirty) portrays her as a lower class and her as a mid to upper class masculine. (had to work earlier age with dad so learned to do things that man Hair very well cut and organised would do. The glasses are also very masculine look (small) as women at the time wore big, bright, warm colour sun glasses
This two characters inspires me because :They have similar personalities from my opening sequences characters. As the other is very confidence,O girl who has a problem (anorexia out spoken. Not afraid to shownervosa) but doesnt like to show it ,so she who she is...cover her self...
A Walk to RememberThe story of two NorthCarolina teens, LandonCarter and Jamie Sullivan,who are thrown togetherafter Landon gets intotrouble and is made to docommunity service.
Film Techniques ! Close up shot – Face expression / emotion Two Shot – Show both character on the scene Long Shot / Full shot - shows the entire object or human figure and is usually intended to place it in some relation to its surroundings. Over the shoulder
Who is target audience? How does the scene cater to that specific audience?Age: 15 - 30Gender: Female & Male & CouplesEthnicity: White: British, Mixed, Asian or Asian British, Black or Black British, Chinese,Other...Interests/hobbies: Studding, science, reading...Social status: Working Class & Mid Class
Character(s) + representation + Costume/props • Doll colour clothes (boring) could represent emotions (sad, lonely) • Big /Lose clothes(not well fitted, not showing womens figure portraying as sexy) • Simple • Working Class •Well dressed (Formal) Fitted well • Mid Class
Requiem for a DreamThe film portray the lives offour different people living inBrooklyn on their search forhappiness, pleasure in life. Itshows the direct and indirecteffects that drugs and variousaddictions have on each of theindividuals.
Filming techniquesboy runs to a river This is the last scenes of the movie where the he stair for a bit, walks begins and falls back, and wakes up in hospital3 seconds shot 3 seconds shot 2 seconds shotClose up Close up + track High angle + Birds EyeThis scenes inspires me because :They use shots that involves the audience with the scene. Making it more real. (Track ,High angle and Birds eye which enabling the viewer to see things the characters cant)As the shots change very quick the cuts are very natural that cant been seen making itclear and smooth.
Music /In this scene the are Non - Diagetic sounds andDiagetic sounds.• The used violing , piano, to create a highsound ,building suspense.• It quit sad and depressing. To show that thecharacters are unhappy with the situation• Also is a continues tone (doesnt change rhymewhich could represent the condition (drugs) thatthe characters.This inspires me because :were able to use both Non-Diagetic and Diagetic sounds throw out two completelydifferent mood scenes but worked very well for both. I could do that for the sceneof the kitchen and the toilet
LightingThis scenes inspires me because :it made me focus on in the character what she is doing.It could be used in my opening sequence when the girl is in front of the mirrorlooking at her body.The lights could only be focused at her, so the audience can only focus at what thecharacter is doing and not the location and other props on the scene