Dypraxa Confrontation

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  • How could you this? Do you know how many people are suffering because of Dypraxa?
  • Camera is still, showing a long angle shot. In the foreground Loubiere is sitting on a log and in the background Tessa watches him. No music is playing, the sound of crickets is heard.
  • I can't believe that you are trying to justify the deaths of thousands of people.
  • How dare you accuse me like this. My product only helps people in need.
  • Still long shot of Tessa and Loubiere. Tessa walks towards the foreground. Dim lighting to highlight the fire and Loubiere's facial expressions. Dramatic music begins as Tessa walks, building tension. Tessa is out of focus.
  • My testing methods are for the greater good. Besides, why do you care about worthless Africans anyway?
  • Still long shot of Tessa and Loubiere both in foregrond and in focus. Loubeiere stands up when he hears Tessa approaching. Music reaches a climax as Tessa opens her mouth to speak. Sky lighting dims as sun is setting. Music softens as Tessa speaks.
  • Every human being deserves to have equal rights. They are just as important as us and you need to stop what you are doing!
  • Still long shot of Tessa and Loubiere. Camera begins to move between the two as they argue. Low angle shot used on Loubiere to empahsize his power. Music has a steady beat in the background. 
  • Still long shot of Tessa and Loubiere walking towards centre of frame. Focus is drawn to centre and surroundings are blurred out. High angle makes them both appear insignificant. Music fades as shot dissolves into a close up of Tessa
  • Close up of Tessa, highlighting her angry. Her face is lit up and background darkened. Only the sound of her voice is heard. Low angle shot is used to emphasise her importance.
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