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During this scene, the camera shots will start off silently zooming onto my face. Afterwards, there is a safe distance between me and the camera while I talk.
In this shot, the camera will take multiple shots of different angles when I'm speaking, until settling on one. After that, a slideshow will play with me talking over it. The first one will be of things that signify fear and worry, while the second slideshow will be of calmer things to set the mood for the topic.
As the camera slowly follows me, I introduce the audience to the bad results of peer pressure. I start talking about isolation using my hands to gesture different things, and then transition into acted out scenes.
In this scene, the narrator talks about the person in the current scene. He talks about how because of peer pressure the person became addicted to smoking.
In this scene, the narrator explains how the box in the orange shirt and the black jacket were originally friends, but the third person told the boy that if he was friends with the other, they could be friends either. The scene will have shots showing the entire area, and then close ups.
During this shot the camera will slowly follow me as I talk to the audience, and if they see just how dangerous peer pressure can be. I will also talk about the first solution to peer pressure.
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