Alice and Hunter both are shown in a panning shot to introduce them to the audience as strangers before they meet.
This scene will be a mid shot of Alice and Hunter having a date in a public place. This will jump to them dating to show the audience they are enjoying each others company and making a go of their relationship.
This will be an establishing shot of the house. This will show the stereotypical mise-en-scene very clearly and whilst without the dialogue or narrator having to tell the audience they are living together and this is a while after the date just shown.
The living room will be once a tracking shot has followed Alice into the kitchen and Hunter is now left alone which is showed by a mid shot followed quickly by a close up of Alice's phone displaying a message.
After Hunter has recieved that text it moves straight to him being in the kitchen glaring at Alice is an agressive way.
This scene in the bedroom shows Alice and her friend Georgia getting ready for an event. After this wide shot. We will then move on to Alice stumbling through the front door drunk by a over the shoulder of Hunter. There will then be a shot providing a view of Hunter about to hit Alice however it fades to a black screen with text reviews to then fade back in with a fuzzy screen from Alices low angle POV looking at Hunter. After a shot providing the audience with the title of our film 'Faithless'. There will then be one last close up of Alice hiding as Hunter is trying to get in.
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