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GCSE Media Coursework How does the trailer for wolf man persuade people to go see the film? I am going to write about the film wolf man and how the trailer persuades you to want to go and see the film thought looking at different types of music and lighting. The opening scene of the trailer for the wolf man makes people want to watch the film. The voice of the old man is heard describing the grisly murder. On the first scene you see an old man walking in the woods caring a light the music is soft it makes you feel safe. ...read more.

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Your eyes gets took to it. In later scenes you get a glance of the man that was on at first, half eaten to death. This makes us think about what could have eaten him. This makes us feel scared of what could come up later in the trailer. As the trailer goes on you can see a quick shot of the old, mucky, dirty mansion. This makes us feel scared, and worried about what might be lurking in the mansion.bwe see one of the rooms it is old, full of dust and clutter. ...read more.

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The transformation scene is the most dramatic and exciting part of the trailer. The quick and powerful music is making us tense up. The clurmark on lorances shoulder is of the beast this means he will turn in the beast at midnight. This is making the audience think was it lorance who killed his brother, is he the new beast who is he going to kill. At the end of the trailer, the audience is left on a cliff hanger, so that they will go the film to find out what lorance is going to do next and to find out who killed his brother. ?? ?? ?? ?? By Emma Joyce 11N Mrs Flude ...read more.

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