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This starts with a long shot in order to get everyone in the scene that they need, When Josh is called "useless" by Jack Josh goes silent and the birds tweet to show that Josh is upset by being called names. Camera angle is over shoulder to show Jack is in control.
This would be a medium shot to get Josh's facial expressions, the birds will still be tweeting to show that he is sad. He waddles across the scene to show that something bad has happened to him. The camera angle would be eye level to get the ears running down his face.
This is a long shot to get everyone in the scene needed. The camera angle would be eye level to Josh but his mum on the stairs to show she is more powerful than him. The sounds would be silent with just them talking and Josh telling his mum about his team mates bullying him.
This is a long shot to get the expressions and the people in the scene. The camera angle would be eye level to the teacher but Josh is smaller to show he is less powerful than the teacher, the sound would be faint students talking in the corridor. This shows Josh telling his coach about the bullying.
This is a long shot in order to get the rest of the classroom in and to show two people talking. The camera would be eye level to the teacher but because he is telling off the bully he is bigger which shows he has more power over the student.
This is a long shot to get what is happening in the scene and who is in the scene. The camera angle would be a high angle but in front of him to make this scene look less significant because its just someone on the bus. The sound would be birds tweeting and the engine revving. This shows Josh thinking the bullying is sorted out.
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