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  2. 2. Shots 1-8 Establishing shot of first house, to show setting for starting scene. Close up of detective Josh Rickman in car. He will say something that shows danger. Cut away shot of guns in the glove compartment to create tension. Long shot from inside a dark room. Detectives will kick the door in and enter with flashlights. Close shot of detective Josh Brooks to show his emotions. Pan down of Dt. Rickman looking at a knife which has been left on the floor, covered in blood. Low-mid shot of Dt. Brooks. He will then say something to create curiosity for the viewer. Tilted down shot of the victim on the floor. Blood will be visible to show tension and danger.
  3. 3. Shots 9-16 Use a studio logo here to show that the narrative is about to pick up. Dolly shot of the two detectives walking alongside each other. Long shot of the victim in the interrogation room by himself. Mid shot of Dt Brooks at his desk looking at something. The voice over here will be important. Close shot of detective Josh Brooks to show his emotions. Once again voice over will be important. Over the shoulder shot of what Brooks was looking at. Cuts back to the end of the dolly shot. The voiceover in the other shots will be from this shot. Over the shoulder shot of Rickman. His dialogue will start to show he is an antihero.
  4. 4. Shots 17-24 Over the shoulder shot of the victim and brooks in the interrogation room to show dominance. Mid shot of the victim to show his suspicious body language Repeat of the over the shoulder shot, but this time brooks leans over. Repeat of the mid shot showing the victim. Camera moves closer to him to show emotions. Mid shot of Rickman at a door to show his suspicious body language. Exact repeat of shot 20 to finish the victims dialogue. Long shot from the back of the two detectives. Close up of Rickman in the interrogation room to show his anger.
  5. 5. Shots 25-32 Long shot of the two to establish Rickman's authority over the victim. Continue the close up of Rickman as he moves round the table. Camera tilts up to further emphasise his authority. Cut away shot to a phone. Camera will tilt and zoom in on it as it starts ringing. The number is unknown. Close up of Brooks picking up the phone. The killer starts talking. Mid shot of Rickman pulling out his gun to show danger. Shot of victim at the interrogation room. Camera pans down to gun to show danger. Another mid shot of Rickman moving with his gun. Flash shot of the knife to emphasise the danger.
  6. 6. Shots 33-40 Repeat of shot 28, but without the phone being picked up. Mid shot of Rickman pushing Brooks. Emphasises that he is an antihero. Mid shot of Rickman grabbing the victim. Mid shot of brooks moving with his gun. This will further show danger and create tension. Long shot of Brooks running past the camera. Low tilted up shot of Rickman, his gun pointing just to the left of the camera. Creates mystery. Final shot of Books on the phone. Something will be said to scare the viewer. Screen fades to black slowly. Same shot as 35 except this time he punches the victim.
  7. 7. Title cards • I may have 2 or 3 title cards in my trailer, with the names of the actors. This is because in the three trailers I analysed they all had a title card or voice over saying who the more established actors if the film are. The name card from “Taken.”
  8. 8. End of the trailer • At the end of my trailer I will have the title of my movie as this is when the title of a movie always shows up at the end of the trailer. This is also where I will show the apparent release date of my film to make my trailer look professional. • Between these I may also have a title card which says something to create suspense as this sometimes happens at the end of thriller trailers.