Park life – Blur Textual AnalysisThe music video to the song Park life by Blur is an inspiration to our courseworkin many ways. Firstly, the song that the video is created for is, in fact, the songwe are using for our main piece of coursework. We aim to create our own musicvideo to coincide with this specific song and make our own interpretationsstemmed from different inspirations from different areas. The use of sound is avital part within our coursework, as to create a music video; the sound/lip syncingmust be perfect.Other inspirations we drew from the video is the narrative, or lack of, that runsthroughout the video. There is a general narrative throughout the verses of thesong that corresponds in the video. We aim to have a party like theme runningthroughout the verses, showing the gradual progression and disarray of a partyscene. The post production editing will be essential in this to ensure the scenesgradually progressThe chorus’, however, have little or no narrative at all and are purely randomshots. They are all in the same location but are disheveled in the sense of themnot linking together or making much sense at all. Also, they do not correspondwith the narrative that takes place in the verses so creates a slight diversity withinthe video. We plan to use this as inspiration by using the mise en scene aspect inthe chorus’ by using the same location but having no running narrative betweenshots. Post production editing is not as important within these shots as they haveno clear narrative; however, a sense of progression needs to be evident. The useof camera is important within these shots as a majority are from the same angle/position. This allows for easy editing and creates a flow within the video.We plan to make the mise en scene quite realistic in the sense of using a normalhouse as our location. This is inspired by the Park life video as all the locationsand the mise en scene are extremely realistic. This makes the video seem more“real life” and relatable to the audience. We aim for our video to look/ seemexactly as it is with very little post production editing to the shots themselves.