The setting will be dark with only one lamppost on
Rahib’s Idea-Death comes at a price Pitch Black – credits will appear slow and faded Short flashes of voice over of a police interview(no dialogue throughout rest of scene) Camera following a man from his house to road where he meets a girl, shots of knives, rape (not explicit) film grain affect. Black and white Shots of police photography, taking fingerprints, evidence etc.
Suber’s Idea– Family photo Photos dropping from the sky (Like autumn leafs) Happy family on a camping trip Husband stays back Close up Long shot Setting is in a forest
Manaz’s Idea–Memoir photos dropping-that shows a bit of the story line first a happy family normal pictures then it changes blood stains some mystery Then sudden increase of upbeat music to create tension.
Target Audience We are targeting a 15+ audience The reason for this is because we would like to aim at a teenage audience and also an older audience Thrillers tend to be watched by a teenage audience and by some adult audiences.
Other Thriller openings Thrillers do not tend to use a various amount of different camera work, they tend to use close ups more often. Signs maintains this convention throughout the opening sequence, the way the film is started is by a close up of Mel Gibson's face.
Memento – we are excluded from the males face, and we see a Polaroid picture fading backwards, creating tension between the film and the audience, this leaving the audience feel anticipated to watch more.
Final Idea In many religions and parts of philosophy, the soul is the immaterial part of a person. It is usually thought to consist of one's thoughts and personality, and can be synonymous with the spirit, mind or self. (Google) SOUL Locations will include an office where a lady will be attacked using a point of view shot. A living room were a man is flicking through photos of a lady – you are excluded from his face. Bathroom/WC – the man goes to wash his face – and sees a human figure appear and runs away.