Monday, 13 December 2010

Definition Of Suspense

Suspense is about keeping the audiences interested and to keep them on the edge of their seat. To fulfil this, the film builds up tension however does not reveal too much also keeping the audience fearful will keep them intrigued. The aspect of the audiences knowing more than the characters makes it more exciting and makes them feel more involved. Suspense can also mean curiosity and confusion.

By using music and lots of edits adds more tension to the film and makes it more exciting to watch.
Suspense is also a feeling of uncertainty and anxiety about the outcome of certain actions, most often referring to audience’s perceptions in a dramatic film. It is a lead up to a situation. It most occurs when something bad is about to happen.

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