Discrimination storyboard

Discrimination storyboard

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  • (voice over) (pan of town) Narrator- Disability discrimination is when a person with a disability is treated less favourably than a person without the disability in the same or similar circumstances.
  • (voice over) (wide shot) Narrator- For example, it would be ‘direct disability discrimination’ if a nightclub or restaurant refused a person entry because they are blind and have a guide dog.
  • (voice over) (extreme wide shot) Narrator- Even if someone was harassing and wouldn't  let him or her play with a group of people counts as discrimination.
  • (dialogue) (wide shot) Jesse- (kicks ball around)
  • Dylan- (sitting on ground), signals and points at ball, in attempt to ask Jesse if he could play. Jesse- Dylan look at you, you can't hear, your deaf! Why would I let you play! (says in a loud voice )
  • (very wide shot) Jesse- (pushes Dylan to the ground) Dylan- (falls to his back in sadness)
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