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This film is about an alcoholic teenage boy that
has a dysfunctional relationship with his
mother. His crush on a girl that is struggling
with abuse from her father and a drug
addiction, develops throughout his time at
college and they become close friends.
The two main themes of the film are:
Target Audience Profile
Name: Katie Pocket Age:17 Education: Second year of college
Hobbies/Interests: Hanging out with friends, watching movies, social media
Media Behaviour: Often uses technology such as phone, laptop & tablet,
watches tv. Visits the cinema with friends 1-2 times a month.
Adam: Adam is the main character. Adam is a 17 year old, who is troubled by a crippling
addiction to alcohol. This leaves him as a troublemaking lay about who is regularly in trouble at
Sean: Sean fits the “best friend” role in our film. He will play the best friend subtype and will
provide some comic relief to the more serious aspects in the film.
Lucy: Lucy has the role of Adam’s love interest. She struggles with a drug addiction and abuse
from her father.
Adam’s Mum: Adam’s mum is a insignificant character in the film, yet her relationship with her
son is significant. Adam’s family trouble is one of the causes of his addiction, his mother is the
source of his family problems.
Ideas for titles and opening sequence
The film will start as a small clip introducing the main character, Adam, as he
drunkenly gets into bed. The titles sequence will start as Adam wakes up, and
will occur in a Continuity sequence. When the titles sequence finishes, the 2
minute opening will end in a small scene introducing the main character’s love
The titles will come up in a simple font during a scene of Adam getting ready
for college and walking to college. The font will make it so the credits are
subtle and readable.
The Breakfast Club
Target Audience Research
The opening will entice the audience into the film by introducing the main
character to the audience and portraying his everyday life and how he defines
The characters are represented as typical teens with the exception of certain
family issues who are simply dealing with the pressures, expectations and
experiences attached to being a teenager.
Q1. What do you think of the names of the characters?
Q2. Are you offended by anything in the film?
Q3. Did the themes in this presentation connect to you on an emotional level?