Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Evaluation - Question 2 (Analysis)

How Does Your Media Product Represent Particular Social Groups?

Before we started filming, our inspiration was the TV programme CSI and The Bill, the reason being was that we were thinking to do a crime thriller, because we believed that would create suspense the most. When Sophie was dead, the reason we got her to wear a white top, was so that the blood would look real and it would look as if she actually did get murdered. We could have just filmed her in the clothes she came in, but that would look so unreal and fake.

These two images are quite similar in many ways, such as there both investigating a murder scene, there both kneeling down close to the body to investigate what has happened. However they have their differences, as in CSI the dead body is a male and so is the investigator. In our film the dead body and the investigator are both female. Another major difference is, the body in CSI is discovered in an apartment, and our body is discovered in a park. Both of these images link together as both are investigating a crime.
These two are images look so alike yet they have a lot of differences. The similar thing about these two images are the way the camera is positioned in both images, it’s more or less the same. The difference, well you can tell really, as you can see out camera is just an ordinary one, the camera in CSI is a professional one. Plus CSI Made it look more like an investigation as they had white gloves on, unfortunately we forgot about that, and we didn’t manage to get white gloves for this part of the scene.

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