BC: The End
FC: QUESTION 5
2: Location Crossing the line was filmed in a small, grotty box flat above a pub. Before we took the shots we tidied up the location as it was much messier than we desired. The flat definitely was a highlight in attracting our audience as our questionnaires showed that the audience enjoyed the different style in location.
3: Our friend Lois is studying to become a theatrical make-up artist so we asked her to help us out by making our actor look as realistic as possible. | By having our make-up done by a trainee our make-up looked semi professional giving it a more realistic and relatable look.
4: We dressed our actor in a smart-casual style; a combination of the styles from both Taxi Driver and Goodfellas. This is a style that our chosen audience member may wear fairly often and seeing that someone in a film is wearing that style also may influence their fashion statements.
5: As taking and dealing drugs is illegal seeing someone on the screen related to this is an instant hook. A hint of rebellion crosses the audiences mind but seeing as the selected audience member is a family man drugs is out of the question. The habit of Greg taking the drugs makes the audience member ask many questions and think 'what if'.
6: Our research showed that the stereotypical male enjoyed action, short clips and fast pacing scenes so we tried to use this style in our editing.