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Characters

  1. 1. CHARACTERS
  2. 2. Example of Rosie Black(antagonist)
  3. 3. This is a example of Kristen Stewart, she is a successful actress to use to portray theantagonist Rosie, this is because her hair is yet black messy, her face is pale white andshe has heavy dark make up, all these representations meet our own ideas on how toportray our villain
  4. 4. This is another example on how to represent antagonist Rosie, this is Mary Kateolsen. From image portrays our views on common conventions when indentifinga villain. Her hair is wavy blonde, her skin is pale white, her eyes are dark andhave bags and her lips are blood red, the red lips connnoate blood.
  5. 5. This is another example of a female actress that we looked at when deciding the way inwhich Rosie black will be represented. From this image it is clear she is an antagonist, thisis due to her blood red lips, her heavy make up, her black clothing and her dog collar,these elements could be used when portraying Rosie Black
  6. 6. Example of Rosie Black(protagonist)
  7. 7. This is an example that could show the protagonist Rosie, this image meets our ownrepresentations, she is smiling, her make up is light and normal and her clothes representa normal girl and her hair is open and simply, showing a calm and chilled out atmosphere
  8. 8. This is an example of another protagonist, here the celebrity is smiling, has simplemake up and looks happy, this image fully shows our representations of the protagonistRosie Black
  9. 9. This is another example showing a protagonist that represents Rosie, here the actresshas light eye make up, open neat hair and is wearing light casual clothing, these areelements in which make up the protagonist Rosie.
  10. 10. The Dad
  11. 11. This is Ricardo Antonio Chavira to represent the dad as it follows our ideas about the waythe dad is portrayed as he has a lot of facial hair, scruffy, manly and is an appropriate age toplay the role of Rosie’s dad.
  12. 12. This is Paul Johansson who is another example to display the dad as he is built, also he isscruffy and untidy which is the way we wanted Rosie’s dad to look. He looks shabby whichcould connotate a rough personality. His dress sense is basic which represents that he’s anormal dad of his age.
  13. 13. This is Gerard Butler who is another example to represent the character of the dad as he hasa scruffy look and has a casual dress sense which displays his normal lifestyle.
  14. 14. The Mum
  15. 15. This is Marcia Cross who can be represented to be the mum, this is because is dressed inthe typical way a “perfect” mum would dress and look. The mise-en-scene representsthat she is a positive caring mum, petite, neat and delicate.
  16. 16. This is Sarah Jessica Parker who is another candidate to represent the mother as she is thesuitable age, she appears and dressed simple. She has a relaxed body language and facialexpression to represent her laid back personality.
  17. 17. This is Lisa Kudrow who can also she used to symbolise the mum as she dressed in simpleclothing, her hair is plain, minimum make-up. She is smiling which signifies her thoughtfulcharacter.
  18. 18. The Bully
  19. 19. This is a character from Eastenders, she is used to represent the villain in the film, this imagedisplays the stereotypical conventions and characteristics of a bully. Her arms are crossedshowing her stubborn personality and her face is stern and serious with minimum make up.She wears big hoop earrings which show her common attitude and has her hair tied up
  20. 20. This image is used as it shows a stereotypical high school bully, this image shows acharacter who is very feminine which is a convention for high school films as theyintimidate other girls. The girl wears pink to connotate her girly personality, she wearsmake up and has her hair open to appear more feminine.
  21. 21. This character shows how the bully in our film is presented, she is intimidating, this isshown through her facial expression as it is stern and expressive. Her eyebrow piercingshows her rough and aggressive attitude, which is a common convention when portrayingbullies

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