the missing person

the missing person

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  • •red arrow; the scene starts with a long shot to show what the characters are doing. yellow arrow; when the characters start talking the camera will use cross-cutting to cut back and forth between the characters when they are talking. the cross cutting turns into a mid shot to see the characters expressions more. blue arrow; when they have finished talking character 1 will get up and the camera will move backwards and back to a long shot like it was at the start of the scene. the camera will then do a panning shot to the left to follow the person this will carry on until she is out of the shot.
  • blue arrow; we start the scene off with the person walking onto the scene from the left hand side. the camera uses a panning shot to following the person. red arrow; the person gets a text from someone. she uses an eye line match to read the text. the camera is using a long shot to see the entire image. the character is looking diagonally downwards to the left. yellow image; the character the shows the phone to the audience. the camera needs to zoom into the phone until the shot is a complete extreme close up and is clear enough to read for the audience. the text should read 'say goodbye to your life -A' green arrow; as the person drops to the ground the camera should perform a high angle shot and looks down on the character to make her seem weak/non powerful.
  • red arrow; when the person gets up off the ground the camera stays still. the character then walks to the left and camera also should pan to the left to follow the character. green arrow; when the person drops to the ground the camera arches in a curved shape way the right until she drops to the ground. yellow arrow; the camera then zooms out until you can see the whole image. when the man walks away the camera follows him until he is no longer in the image.
  • blue arrow; the camera follows the character by tracking to the right but also has to follow the 180 degree rule. red arrow; when the character falls to the floor the camera also falls until it is resting on the floor. the camera should then have a slight tilt upwards until you can see the characters face of emotions.
  • yellow arrow; the camera zooms out until it shows a long shot and you can see the entire setting. green arrow; it then zooms into the picture of the character until the picture is unclear and so the audience can just see a black screen.
  • yellow arrow; the camera zooms out of his face until it is a long shot. green arrow; the camera pans to the right to see the cell door closing it also symbolises that everyone is safe because he is locked up pink arrow; the short story ends with the scene fades it is black.
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