The Gingerbread Girl

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  • Emily ran every single day recently to cope with her infant daughters death. At the end of the drive way she fell from exhaustion and had a flash back of Amy's death. •Extreme closeup- When she is going into her flashback •Flashback- To introduce Amy's death
  • Emily and her husband had a baby named Amy. A few weeks later they walked in and found Amy non responsive and as cold as ice. This has haunted Emily and her husband ever since. •Close up- On her and and her husbands faces to show emotion. •Low key lighting- Becuase its a flash back.
  • Her husband, Henry, didn't like the way she coped with Amy's death and finally decided to confront her about it. Emily got mad and threw a book at Henry and then decided to leave the house and she ran to a hotel. •Fade- from the house to running to the hotel. •Zoom shot- Emily's hand on the book
  • Hi Em!
  • Emily left Henry and went to a hotel. She then called Henry and collected her half of Amy's college fund. Then she called her dad so she can move to Vermilion key in her dads shack by the beach. There she will be alone to morn Amy's death her own way. •Cross cut editing- When Emily is calling Henry and her dad. •Bottom/side- On Henry talking to Emily.
  • Emily moved into her dads shack and finally began to relax. •High Key Lighting- When Emily arrives and is at peace Diegetic- Explaining how happy Emily is now.
  • Emily ran everyday on the beach. She began small but worked her way up to almost miles a day. She met friends along the way and she would wave to them as she ran by. •Long Shot of Emily running threw parks and on the beach •Bright lighting due to the sun on the beach.
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