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Paul <br />Martin Kearl & George Attwill<br />
Paul #1<br />The Paul character gives a different take on the social group as opposed to the other 3 in the opening. He is...
Paul #2<br />Pauls character allows<br />	for more characterisation, <br />	as his character is defined <br />	more by the...
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Social groups paul

  1. 1. Paul <br />Martin Kearl & George Attwill<br />
  2. 2. Paul #1<br />The Paul character gives a different take on the social group as opposed to the other 3 in the opening. He is a lighter character intended to give the film a lighter tone than the rest of the characters.<br />The change of pace he offers is clear in how he is framed, rather than the more unconventional angles seen before ( the shot past James’ hand for example), he is framed quite simply using medium – close up shots. This allows the focus to be on the characters which is key in the scene to set up the characters of James and Paul for the rest of the film.<br />
  3. 3. Paul #2<br />Pauls character allows<br /> for more characterisation, <br /> as his character is defined <br /> more by the mise-en-scene <br /> elements such as his<br /> costume and his expression, <br /> this means that the focus is on the character rather then the camera work, sound and editing in the film. This allows for a clearer representation of the characters in the film which means that the details of their social groups can be more in depth than the other characters would have allowed it to be. <br />

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