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Our couple enjoys a night in. This positive setting constitutes the first section of the webcast. It showcases a loving, relaxed atmosphere between the two.
A series of close up follows next: couple touches hands, displays affection, locks eyes. This paves the way for the pivotal moment which happens next.
Slo-mo of the lead abuser sipping on some wine. This moment and change in video frame marks the transition towards the second section of the webcast.
Close ups of abuse: mild content, suggestive and not explicit, so as to be appropriate for a larger audience.
Second section (but first one, too, potentially, space allowing) will feature easy to grasp, eye-opening, moving lines of text which highlight the reality of domestic abuse and alcohol-enabled harm. This technique is used instead of dialogue, therefore overcoming any potential barriers to communication brought up by the latter.
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Close ups of the victim, alongside the call-to-action ending bit, creating an emotionally-charged sequence which urges audience to access support.
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