Wednesday, 26 November 2008
Our victim will be played by Aleyna. She would fit our role well because she is friends with our antagonist and so they would work together on set and would not feel uncomfortable. Sin U and myself were considering making fake scars to show the vitim had been attacked. The colour red, for blood would show up well on camera against her skin complexion.
She was also willing to give up some of her time for a practice recording and filming. She is friends with everyone who would be working on set and listens well to direction.
Our abnormally normal antagonist will be played by Marcel Croll-Meddar. We chose him because he has the mature look to suit the personality of our character.
This is a standard casting picture of him. It shows that he does not look threatening which also fits our antagonists personality.
This is our abnormally normal antagonist with an angry expression. Our character will show his anget in a series of montage shots shown as a flashback where he is having an argument with his girlfriend/wife and he attacks her. Marcel was a good choice for our antagonist because he would
easily be able to switch into an angry personality and make it look real.
"It's Done" preview
This is a clip of Marcel practicing the first line of dialogue in the opening where he is on the phone to the woman he is having an affair with and he says "it's done". This clip will be altered slightly in terms of positioning of the character and lighting change. A shadow will be used to hide the identity of out antagonist and this will be the first enigma code of the opening as the spectators will wonder what is done, who is speaking and who they are speaking to.
This scene will appear after the antagonist trashes the house. This would be another enigma code as the spectators will wonder why he had trashed the house then called the poilce claiming it was a burgular/thief that broke in. He also stated that his wife had been injured, this line may be changed as the storyline says he thinks he killed her. So this line will be changed to fit the story.
During this scene the camera will track the door behind him which would be another enigma code as the spectators would wonder why the door is being tracked. The door would have been thought to have no relevance to the opening but as the door is being tracked montage shots of their argument will appear and the "Dead" wife will be on the floor in this room.
Dead Victim Practice
This is the scene where the "dead wife" is shown on the floor in the bedroom. The camera will track what appears to be her lifeless body and her eye will be highlighted and suddenly opens. It's a Red-herring as the specatotrs were lead to believe she was dead. It's also an open narrative as this leaves the plot open for the story to continue. The title "One More Kiss" will appear after this frame showing the spectators that this woman wants One More Kiss. Even after her boyfriend/husband was abusing her in the montage shots. This would say a lot about this characters personality that she still likes her abbusive boyfriend.
The story would have then gone on to show that she had a unhealthy obsession with her boyfriend and dedicated her life to getting One More Kiss from him. This would be a big red-herring as she is shown to be the victim although throughout the story she is the antagonist and her boyfriend is the victim.