secrets and lies, adam and shauna

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  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The costume used in this still image represents an old fashioned time period. Maybe set in the 60’s or 70’s. The young boy in the image however is dressed in a more casual manner.
    Hair and makeup
    The older women have the stereotypical white/grey permed hair as would be expected, their make up is minimalistic and barely noticeable. The older man has fairly tidy grey hair and a moustache. The young boy’s hair is messy and supports' his role as the outcaste.
    Body language and facial expressions
    The mother in still image seems as though she has dragged everyone along to the photo shoot as she is the only one smiling and the others try to put on a false smile or don’t smile at all.
    Sound and light
    The key light coming from the top of the scene brightens the picture so the families facial expressions can be seen clearly.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    All the colors used are dull which represents the grey tone of Britain.
    Stereotypes
    Stereotypes have been used to portrait the image of Britain without using words.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The use of boxing gloves makes it clear in the image what he is pretending to be.
    Hair and makeup
    He has no hair on his head to style but makeup was used to make his bald head shine in the light. He has makeup done on his abs to make him look more defined.
    Body language and facial expressions
    His body language indicates he is throwing a punch and his face depicts aggression.
    Sound and light
    There is a key top light shining down on the boxer to make him look clear when the pictures re taken.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This image has no representation of Britishness.
    Stereotypes
    The stereotype is that because he is boxing, he must be toned and well built.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The woman is dressed in a nurse outfit.
    Hair and makeup
    Her hair is tied back so it looks how she would have it when working. She has little or no makeup on, as she wouldn’t need makeup on when nursing.
    Body language and facial expressions
    Her posture is very upright and formal which shows she takes her job very seriously. However, her facial expression shows sigs on boredom as she is not smiling.
    Sound and light
    There is a top key light that insinuates her facial expressions and lights up the scene.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This image may represent foreign people working in Britain.
    Stereotypes
    The stereotype is that all nurses take their job seriously, that’s why she has no expression on her face.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The woman is dressed in all white which matches the backdrop. The colour white is used because white is seen as a pure colour, which is fitting when she is holding a new born baby which is also pure.
    Hair and makeup
    Little or no makeup is used on the mother so the picture will be as natural as possible.
    Body language and facial expressions
    The mother is hunched over staring at her baby with a loving caring look.
    Sound and light
    There is a top key light that makes the mother look as though she is glowing.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This image represents all British mothers that have new born babies.
    Stereotypes
    This image doesn’t stereotype a particular group of people.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The woman trying to get out of the picture is dressed in the same colour as the table cloth, Which indicates she may have taken a picture previously before the dog. Her jumper has dogs on it which shows that she loves dogs.
    Hair and makeup
    The dogs hair has been thoroughly combed.
    Body language and facial expressions
    The woman’s body language suggests she is trying to leave the scene.
    Sound and light
    There is a top key light that brightens up the scene.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    In Britain many families own dogs and treat dogs like they are children. The dogs hair has been combed as if he were a person.
    Stereotypes
    This image has no stereotype.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The old lady is wearing a black dress and the chair has a bow on it. Perhaps it’s the cats birthday.
    Hair and makeup
    The lady has her hair naturally down and is wearing little or no makeup.
    Body language and facial expressions
    By the lady’s facial expression, you can tell that she is very happy. She is also trying to get cat to look at the camera.
    Sound and light
    There is a top key light shining down on the lady and her cat.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    The old lady represents most British old women that own cats. Her accent was typical of an old British woman.
    Stereotypes
    This image is typical of an old British woman that most probably has grandchildren.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    He is dressed very formally which indicates that the picture he’s taking is important
    Hair and makeup
    His hair has been gelled and combed over to give him a tidy appearance.
    Body language and facial expressions
    He is sitting very upright, trying to look at his best. He has a nervous facial expression.
    Sound and light
    There is a top key light that brightens up his face. He also tells the camera man about his family back in India.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This has no representation of Britishness.
    Stereotypes
    This stereotypes how Indian men are scared of how their family back in India will view them.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The man is dressed In a suit. The way he is dressed indicates he may be Jewish.
    Hair and makeup
    His moustache has been slicked up at the tips.
    Body language and facial expressions
    His body language indicates that he is protesting about something.
    Sound and light
    When listening to the whole scene it is clear why his body language is the way it is. He says he doesn’t want a flash on the camera.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This has no representation of Britishness.
    Stereotypes
    There is no stereotype.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The three middle aged women are dressed like teenagers in the 80’s.
    Hair and makeup
    Their hair has been styled to look like they are in the 80’s.
    Body language and facial expressions
    Their body language and facial expressions are very immature. They are trying to look like they are having a lot of fun.
    Sound and light
    They make immature sounds with their tongues.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This image respresents Britain in the 80’s.
    Stereotypes
    There is no stereotype.
  • Mise en scene
    Costume
    The little girls are dressed in ballerina costumes. The two women are dressed casually.
    Hair and makeup
    The children are wearing no makeup but their hair has been tied up.
    Body language and facial expressions
    The children’s body language shows they are fed up with the two women fussing over their costumes.
    Sound and light
    There are two key lights coming from the tope left and right.
    Representations of Britishness and color
    This has no representation.
    Stereotypes
    There is no sterotype.
  • secrets and lies, adam and shauna

    1. 1. Secrets and lies one
    2. 2. Secrets and lies two
    3. 3. Secrets and lies three
    4. 4. Secrets and lies four
    5. 5. Secrets and lies five
    6. 6. Secrets and lies six
    7. 7. Secrets and lies seven
    8. 8. Secrets and lies eight
    9. 9. Secrets and lies nine
    10. 10. Secrets and lies ten

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