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Question1 - Explain two ways in which the characters and or events in the extract fit the Action Adventure genre.
*Hero (protagonist) vs Villian (antagonist). *Quest. *Explosions/Fighting/Violence. *Danger. *Love interest. *Chase scene and Dramatic escape.
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Camerawork;
Close-up. Medium shot. Long shot. High angle. Low angle. Point-of-view. Pan. Tilt. Tracking shot.
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Editing;
Fast Paced editing. Cross Cutting. Dissolve. Special effects. Shot-reverse-shot. Slow Motion editing.
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Mise-En-Scene;
Costumes - Black; mysterious, dangerous, suspicious. Props/Weapons. Setting. Hair/Make-up.
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Sound;
Diegetic. Non-Diegetic. Synchronous. Asynchronous. Amplified.
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Question 3 - Discuss the representation in this extract. Refer to stereotypes in your answer.
Stereotypes; Women - Vulnerable, Weak, In need of rescuing. Men - Brave, Strong, Attractive. Children - Innocent. Race - White usually hero. Foreign usually villain. Anti-Stereotype; Women - Brave, Resourceful, Strong.
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Gonna be in the extract.
Black clothing - Mysterious/Dangerous/Suspicous. Chase scene and dramatic escape - Suspense. Slow motion editing - tension and suspense. Fast paced editing - Shows a change in mood; drama, tension, danger. Dissolve - Unity and love. Increases romance
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Key words;
Generic convention. Action adventure genre. Typical. Protagonist. Antagonist. Binary oppositions. Iconography - associated with the genre.
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