Where’s The Money Ronnie?<br />Directed by Shane Meadows<br />
Genre<br /><ul><li>Drama/ Comedy
Drama; themes and messages
However comedic; editing, non- digetic and digetic, i.e. : ‘it was just a starting gun’, also names (Zico Marzetti, Benny ...
Conventions followed and challenged; Micro elements such as camera angles, however editing challenges conventions
Music changes genre; upbeat music, jolly sound (i.e. ‘lazy Sunday afternoons)</li></li></ul><li>Media Language<br />Level ...
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  1. 1. Where’s The Money Ronnie?<br />Directed by Shane Meadows<br />
  2. 2. Genre<br /><ul><li>Drama/ Comedy
  3. 3. Drama; themes and messages
  4. 4. However comedic; editing, non- digetic and digetic, i.e. : ‘it was just a starting gun’, also names (Zico Marzetti, Benny Bould, Jock of the Spoono)
  5. 5. Conventions followed and challenged; Micro elements such as camera angles, however editing challenges conventions
  6. 6. Music changes genre; upbeat music, jolly sound (i.e. ‘lazy Sunday afternoons)</li></li></ul><li>Media Language<br />Level shot<br />Centre of shot<br />Lighting; black and white, sets mood<br />CU<br />Framing; centre of attention ?<br />Sweating, worried<br />Interview room, wrongdoing<br />Depth of field; character<br />
  7. 7. Media language<br /><ul><li>Meaning; comedic, kamikaze fighting
  8. 8. Camera in fight scenes; hand held, frantic
  9. 9. Fast cuts and cross cutting; pace, reference to past because of voiceover
  10. 10. Local shop, streets, daylight; amateurish, small time</li></li></ul><li>Representations<br /><ul><li>Rough urban setting; working class
  11. 11. Clothing suggests status; woolly hat, dark clothing
  12. 12. CU suggests, vulnerability, jail
  13. 13. Accents representation of criminal; Scottish accent, slang, dodgy
  14. 14. Guns, knifes; danger, desperation
  15. 15. Skinheads, tattoos, plasters; violence, endure pain, evidence of damage
  16. 16. Benny ;don’t expect panicking and softness from skinhead
  17. 17. Suits; higher status, ‘mafia’ because ‘Marzetti’</li></li></ul><li>Titles/Institution<br /><ul><li>Bold font; clear and easy to read
  18. 18. Position; whole screen, recognise characters, also why being questioned
  19. 19. Big arty production; sarcasm reflects his intention
  20. 20. In the style of old cinema; Charlie Chaplin style
  21. 21. End credits; Light hearted because of picture, Shane Meadows</li>

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