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For this clip we film a long shot of our male lead rolling down a hill. This will represent the freedom he feels he has in the relationship. The shot will show him getting top the end of the hill, representing the coming to the end of their relationship as well. For this reason the lighting will be quite low to show him coming into a dark time.
Here we will have another long shot of our male lead on the bench looking sad. Each time this is included the facial reaction will be different, showing how he feels differently about the situation; a cluster of emotions. For this reason the lighting will be dark and cloudy to represent the dark cloud hanging over him.
This will be a close up of our female leads face smiling as she walks through the field. This represents how she is happy talking and being with the male lead, showing the audience on of their past, good, memories. As this is a happy scene the lighting will be bright to represent the mood.
This is also a long shot in which we plan to have the male lead playing with a stone by the river, which he will then throw in with anger. This scene will symbolise the grief that the relationship has brought and will therefore also have dark lighting to emphasise the sad mood.
This will be a shot reverse shot of the couple arguing showing to the audience how bad the relationship is for them, explaining why the two had top split apart. This would be in bright lighting to highlight the binary opposites of the bright lighting and the dark moment they are experiencing; subverting usual stereotypes of bad experiences being in low lighting.
Here we will have a close up shot of the female lead lip syncing to contrast with the previous shots of our male lip syncing. This would be in a blue bedroom, a place she would be comfortable, portraying she is trying to find a feeling of peace within the situation. For this reason the lighting would be low as the lyrics and the emotion she would be portraying is sad.
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