The setting will be dark with only one lamppost on</li></li></ul><li>Rahib’s Idea-Death comes at a price<br />Pitch Black – credits will appear slow and faded<br />Short flashes of voice over of a police interview(no dialogue throughout rest of scene)<br />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<br />Shots of police photography, taking fingerprints, evidence etc.<br />
Suber’s Idea– Family photo<br />Photos dropping from the sky (Like autumn leafs)<br />Happy family on a camping trip<br />Husband stays back<br />Close up<br />Long shot<br />Setting is in a forest<br />
Manaz’s Idea–Memoir<br />photos dropping-that shows a bit of the story line<br />first a happy family normal pictures<br />then it changes blood stains<br />some mystery<br />Then sudden increase of upbeat music to create tension.<br />
Target Audience<br />We are targeting a 15+ audience<br />The reason for this is because we would like to aim at a teenage audience and also an older audience<br />Thrillers tend to be watched by a teenage audience and by some adult audiences.<br />
Other Thriller openings<br /> 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.<br /><ul><li>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.</li></li></ul><li>Final Idea<br />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) <br />SOUL<br />Locations will include an office where a lady will be attacked using a point of view shot. <br />A living room were a man is flicking through photos of a lady – you are excluded from his face.<br />Bathroom/WC – the man goes to wash his face – and sees a human figure appear and runs away.<br />
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