Sunday, 28 October 2012
Well, to begin with, I have added more new shots, interlacing my big story with mini stories. After many discussions with my partner, I have come to the conclusion that the element of surprise will be essential in order to pull this off. Many students who doe the entire AS and A2 Media Studies course concentrate on straightforward and cliché themes. One like "this young boy has always live on the streets and been in gangs. Now he wants to find a way out, for the sake of his brother", or, we get this one; "he is a hit man who is waiting to kidnap the target and get information out of him, one way or another". Yes, i understand that we do come from a more urban environment; do we have to put our mindset into this box? Why should we keep on doing the same things that many British films still do today, incorporate Social Realism instead of branching out, and going further. This is why i have chosen such a demanding genre; i want to try and shock my demographic will something that starts out with things they see in everyday life, in the news, etc, but, ends with something absolutely mind blowing.