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This will be a long shot of the female lead feeding bread to the ducks. This calming scene shows the character is trying to fill her life up with activities to do, so that she doesn't have to wallow in grief. This will be represented by ow lighting to hint to the audience it isn't just another happy scene.
This will be a long shot that turns into a close up as the male lead walks away from the river towards the camera. This is supposed to represent how he has turned his back on something and walked towards something else in his sight. This will be a low lighting scene as it has a hidden melancholic meaning.
This is going to be another high angle shot of the female lead playing the piano to mirror that in the beginning of the video. It remind the audience that the in between scenes were all just memories and she is still releasing her grief through music. This conforms to pop stereotypes as they usually include a band member playing an instrument.
This will be a medium shot of our female lead again playing an instrument. We planned this to represent how she is using music to relieve the stress the break up has caused, as she is a teenager stress is a dominant part of her life and so we are depicting the characters way around that. This will therefore be bright lighting as it is a positive image.
This will be a close up shot of a table decorated in cloth, a candle and a table number with the number two on it. In this shot we will have the male lead blow out the candle descending the room into darkness and preventing the audience from seeing the number two, further implying the official end of the relationship.,
This will be a time lapse of a sunset going down to represent the end of the characters' story and their relationship. This will be a wide shot to highlight the normality of the environment after the break up and therefore how everything in their life will go back to normal in their lives as a result of it.
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