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  • Scene 7
  • Scene 8
  • InsuJet is a needle-free insulin device. The job of this device is to administrate/insert inulin without the use of a needle. The device was designed for people who have a fear for needles, receieve permanent damages from needles or would prefer to not use a needle for injection. “Insulin is drawn manually into the InsuJet nozzle and then, via an optimised spring in the device, is pressurised through a small hole in the nozzle which creates a high speed jet.”
  • Scene 9
  • The dinner has finished but the characters are still in the living room of the house. The first aid kit is brought back and the mother is using the insulin pump in order to give the young girl glucose so that the glucose in her body can balance out the energy and glucose she gained form her meal for dinner. Lighting is once again directed at the girl and we see a mid-long shot of the mother and the young girl at eye-level. The colours in the scene will be warm colours since it is set indoors.
  • This scene has once again a light background with dark text explaining what an InsuJet insulin pump is used for and how it functions. The text will fade in as the scene begins and there will be no music in the background in order to direct everyone’s attention to the information visible on the screen.
  • The last scene of the short film, will have the girl in her pyjamas ready to go to bed ad the mother comes in the room with the first aid kit once again in order to measure the blood glucose level of the girl once more before she goes to sleep for the night. The lighting will be darker and go completely black at the end of the scene in order to represent the fact that nighttime has come and light fades into darkness. The scene is presented at eye-level using long-shots of the girl in her bedroom with her mother.
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