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James <br />Martin Kearl & George Attwill<br />
James #1<br />James is our protagonist for the film, he is a good example of how we chose to represent a specific social g...
James #2<br />In this clip we see again<br />	see a positive representation <br />	of the social group as James <br />	is ...
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  1. 1. James <br />Martin Kearl & George Attwill<br />
  2. 2. James #1<br />James is our protagonist for the film, he is a good example of how we chose to represent a specific social group by purposefully twisting the stereotypes of that social group.<br />His costume tells a lot about the character. The hoodie as a part of the mise-en-scene has quite negative connotations. However by having it unzipped with the hood down, we were able to create a character which challenged that representation, creating a more open and less threatening character. <br />
  3. 3. James #2<br />In this clip we see again<br /> see a positive representation <br /> of the social group as James <br /> is polite in the shop, “thanks”<br /> with the framing of the <br />shots and through the use of specific camera angles, we could ensure that James’ face was clearly visible, this removes any mystery from the character, any mystery could be perceived as threatening for the audience, which would not give the positive representation of James’ social group which we were trying to portray. <br />

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