Deception <br />By Navpreet andMegan<br />
Audience Targeting <br />Kidnapping’s effect everyone due to the media. Examples of Madeline Mcann, Shannon Matthews and S...
Narrative<br />The opening sequence of starting in the present and transiting into a  flashback is a non- linear narrative...
Mise –en-scene<br />The first scene is dark, dull, oppressive with connotations of misery and danger in her life. <br />Th...
Character representation<br />Our aim was to highlight the difference between the protagonist and antagonist. <br />In the...
Sound <br />We had sound bridges crossing over from the sinister scene to the kitchen scene to foreshadow danger. <br />Di...
Lighting <br />The flickering light bulb could be mirrored with her situation and her flickering of doubt. <br />A dark re...
Camera angles/movements/position<br />We used a range of shots such as close ups, zooms, over the shoulder shots, long sho...
Genre Specific Elements <br />In thriller genres there is always someone in danger at the beginning which represents myste...
Influences <br />The Talented Mr Ripley <br />Classical Music<br />Media – news <br />Cape Fear <br />Fight Club <br />
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  1. 1. Deception <br />By Navpreet andMegan<br />
  2. 2. Audience Targeting <br />Kidnapping’s effect everyone due to the media. Examples of Madeline Mcann, Shannon Matthews and SahilSaeed. <br />Through our extensive research the main age group that go to the cinema ranges from teenagers to young adults. <br />We tried to apply our film to appeal to this target range <br />
  3. 3. Narrative<br />The opening sequence of starting in the present and transiting into a flashback is a non- linear narrative. <br />By using a non- linear narrative we are drawing the audience into the story, by the quite shocking story. <br />
  4. 4. Mise –en-scene<br />The first scene is dark, dull, oppressive with connotations of misery and danger in her life. <br />The second scene is bright, happy in a domestic setting i.e. kitchen. <br />
  5. 5. Character representation<br />Our aim was to highlight the difference between the protagonist and antagonist. <br />In the opening scene we used binary oppositions to show the difference in characters such as clothing for example the colours of coats as black and white which also represents piano keys. <br />Free indirect speech reveals a hidden secret. <br />
  6. 6. Sound <br />We had sound bridges crossing over from the sinister scene to the kitchen scene to foreshadow danger. <br />Diegetic sound is used in the kitchen scene due to the characters dialogue. <br />Non- diegetic sound is used in the opening scene such as the soundtrack and the voice over in the next scene. <br />
  7. 7. Lighting <br />The flickering light bulb could be mirrored with her situation and her flickering of doubt. <br />A dark reddish light could represent danger and links to the thriller genre. <br />The kitchen scene had a natural light which can represent the equilibrium. <br />
  8. 8. Camera angles/movements/position<br />We used a range of shots such as close ups, zooms, over the shoulder shots, long shots. <br />We experimented with shots like shot reverse shot and tilts. Which were not in our shooting script and storyboard. <br />
  9. 9. Genre Specific Elements <br />In thriller genres there is always someone in danger at the beginning which represents mystery and creates suspense also an enigma for the audience. <br />Lighting and music are key elements in thriller based genres. <br />You can see a slight conflict between the two characters. <br />
  10. 10. Influences <br />The Talented Mr Ripley <br />Classical Music<br />Media – news <br />Cape Fear <br />Fight Club <br />

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