NOTES ON A SCANDAL – CREATIVERESPONSEBy Emily Barrett
12 SECONDS, ESTABLISHING      SHOT There’s  a young girl sitting on a  bench, you can’t make out any of  her features Sh...
12 SECONDS, MID- SHOT This shot is from the front of the girl. You can not see her face, her identity is revealed. Her ...
5 SECONDS,   CLOSE-UP The shot is of a school bell going off. This gives an idea to the audience of where the girl is lo...
6 SECONDS, LONG SHOT  This shot shows all the pupils in  the playground rushing inside  the building. The building is a ...
7 SECONDS, HIGH SHOT The shot is of the girl sitting on the bench. She has not yet gone inside, she is completely alone....
5 SECONDS, CLOSE-UP This shot is of her hands as she pulls out a locket from her pocket. An element of mystery is brough...
3 SECONDS,   MID-SHOT The girl quickly places the locket back into her pocket. Shows that she doesn’t want to drop or lo...
10 SECONDS, LONG   SHOT The girl makes her way back into the building, she isn’t rushing. Gives the audience the idea th...
7 SECONDS, AERIAL SHOT This shot looks down at the entire school. The title come up saying ‘Story of a Lost Cause’. Give...
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Notes on a Scandal – Creative Response

  1. 1. NOTES ON A SCANDAL – CREATIVERESPONSEBy Emily Barrett
  2. 2. 12 SECONDS, ESTABLISHING SHOT There’s a young girl sitting on a bench, you can’t make out any of her features She’s sitting alone. You can see everyone else around her playing in the playground with their friends. The weather is dull and a bit foggy. This should create a sense of
  3. 3. 12 SECONDS, MID- SHOT This shot is from the front of the girl. You can not see her face, her identity is revealed. Her face is sad and thoughtful. This creates sympathy again along with the mood putting pushed down to being sombre and upset.
  4. 4. 5 SECONDS, CLOSE-UP The shot is of a school bell going off. This gives an idea to the audience of where the girl is located. It also gives an sense of time because it must be specific in order for a bell to go off.
  5. 5. 6 SECONDS, LONG SHOT This shot shows all the pupils in the playground rushing inside the building. The building is a school. This portrays the children as being well behaved and know what their doing so it suggests that this process in monotonous.
  6. 6. 7 SECONDS, HIGH SHOT The shot is of the girl sitting on the bench. She has not yet gone inside, she is completely alone. Because of the high shot it, makes her seem vulnerable and insignificant (which is also illustrates by her not having any friends to sit with).
  7. 7. 5 SECONDS, CLOSE-UP This shot is of her hands as she pulls out a locket from her pocket. An element of mystery is brought up from this shot. Makes audience ask questions, what significance does the locket have, what’s inside of the locket.
  8. 8. 3 SECONDS, MID-SHOT The girl quickly places the locket back into her pocket. Shows that she doesn’t want to drop or loose it. This object obviously means a lot to her, why?
  9. 9. 10 SECONDS, LONG SHOT The girl makes her way back into the building, she isn’t rushing. Gives the audience the idea that perhaps she isn’t fond of school and would like to be else where. She doesn’t seem to care whether she’s late for class, show’s that she has things on her
  10. 10. 7 SECONDS, AERIAL SHOT This shot looks down at the entire school. The title come up saying ‘Story of a Lost Cause’. Gives the audience more information and they begin to understand that maybe this girl is maybe suffering from a death.

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