PDHPE Eating Disorder

PDHPE Eating Disorder
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  • Intro
  • Scene 1 - Part A
  • Scene 1 - Part B
  • Camera Angle: Doing a 360 around girl (Yianna), mid shot. Costume: Baggy clothes, makeup to define bones (looks underweight). Sound: Voice over and soft music in background.  What's Happening: We are showing the expectations/stereotypes of what someone with an eating disorder would look like/wear/act.
  • Scene 2 - Part A
  • Camera Angle: Long shot (to get whole room in). Costume: Pyjamas, messy hair to insinuate she was sleeping. Sound: Soft music in background. What's Happening: (Molly) is waking up to get ready for the day... there is no sound/voices in order to create suspense.
  • Scene 2 - Part B
  • Camera Angle: Long shot, from back view, to show her reflection. Sound: Soft music and sound of water running. What's Happening: Molly is brushing her hair/teeth. We are trying to portray her as a typical, average teenager to show that anyone can be suffering from an eating disorder even if they don't fit the stereotypes.
  • Scene 3
  • Camera Angle: Mid shot of both characters. Sound: Plates clinking. Molly's thoughts (voiceover). What's Happening: Molly's mum is offering her breakfast, she is unsure and declines the food. Showing the effects of mental illness on everyday life.
  • Camera Angle: Close up of Molly. Sound: 'Popping' sound to represent icons/facts popping up onto the screen. What's Happening: It zooms in on Molly and shows her the facts/symptoms (popping up around her) about her mental health illness. This is to show why she acts the way she does (in the film).
  • Camera Angle: Mid shot of Molly and sister. Sound: Sister chattering (slowly becomes more muffled and quiet). What's Happening: She's engaging in 'normal' conversation, shows her similarities to other teens. She is constantly facing animated facts (edited in) that only she can 'see' (more so 'think'), to also show the difference between her mind and other teens' minds.
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