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GCSE: Audience and Production Analysis
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In the war there are lots of people getting killed through shell fires, rifles, and other weapons. The new weaponry used in the Great War like machine guns makes the war more deadly so more people died in the war. We see this when a soldier was choking after he fell into the trench where there was poisonous gas. Another example of this is when a soldier screams after a bomb landed near his trench. Long shot, aerial shot, panning, medium shot, tracking shot, and other film techniques help us view the horror of war. In the scenes where Paul Bauma?s friends are injured and in the scene where Paul and his injured friends are in the
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Explain why you think science fiction films are commercial successful? Give examples to support your views.
in the environments and costumes of the Mise en scene. Furthermore, The cliché’s in the mise en scene allow the target audiences to quickly recognise with sci-fi films because they are familiar to the various references of brought through the advanced cgi, costumes, special FX and props in the Mise En Scene that would be used in a typical sci-fi. Star wars: the force awakening has used familiar cliché’s within their narrative to provide escapist entertainment of which target audience can recognize.
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By using the words ?pathetic Edna? readers were expected to consider Edna?s story depressing because of her marital status: she was, after all, nearly 30 years old and still unmarried. What?s more, because of her halitosis, Edna had to be content being ?always a bridesmaid but never a bride.? This represent women in the 1920?s to be a easily deceived as Listerine used dishonest approach in the advert like the fact that they mention that the mouthwash cures dandruff. Women primary goal was to be a housewives and mother- if they couldn?t do this they were considered failure by society.
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The contents page, however, had more features than the double page spread and front cover as it had; a picture and signature of the editor, sample pages and columns. I decided that I would pick a wide range of conventions in order to attract my target audience. The masthead is RAM, which stands for Rage Against the Machines. I decided that our masthead looking similar or identical to Indie, the music magazine, because the majority of our features in the content page and front cover are having the common typical features of rock magazines that we?ve wanted to make something stand out as an indie.
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We do not hear this music again until the very end of the film. This indicates that Bruno wasn?t happy at his new home. At the end Bruno is dead and the music shows that this was the only way to be happy at his new house. The recurring close-ups of Bruno?s face show us his big eyes and that highlights his naivety and innocence. This represents all children in Nazi Germany who can easily be persuaded that the right thing is happening.
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Identify some of the public perceptions about science with examples from a film, a television series, a documentary and a science scare story.
Also people were hearing on what will happen on that particular day. Because of this some people will think science is all false as no one can predict the end of the world apart from god. For example a maths teacher said ?science is amazing. If scientists can predict the end of the world they can more a less figure out anything they want to? this quote shows some people believed that the world will end as scientists were coming out will all this information which made sense.
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