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English Choose a language for shopping. Skip to main content There's a problem loading this menu right now. Artist Overview Albums Digital Music. Top Albums More Formats No results were Pantocyclus - Kazimir Boyle - Flatland (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD) for that selection. Love Is The Only Gold. I Have a Theory. You are Loved. Gold in Your Eyes. Christian's bad attitude is reinforced throughout the whole film through his snide comments and rude attitude towards his teacher and his constant pursuit of causing Joseph distress.
His hard facial expression and harsh tone of voice also add together to help represent him as a nasty, malicious individual. Seth is representative of the nasty, cocky school bully that can be found in most classrooms. Hazel Hazel is introduced to us as the 'good guy' as her first line of speech is sticking up for Joseph. We then see her represented as a stereotypical 'geek' as she wears 'jamjar' glasses and is seemingly very anal about her work as we see her taking particular care with her pencil case occasionally and is also called upon by the teacher to show the class how to do sums.
Although Hazel is a stereotypical geek, personality wise she deviates slightly from this stereotype as she has several lines within the story that show her confidence and wit whereas geeks are usually portrayed as being quite withdrawn and shy. This shows a play on social expectations of what a geek should be appearance wise, but it then shows an audience that just because someone looks a particular way it doesn't necessarily mean they'll act in a way that society expects them to based on their appearance, ultimately telling us that we shouldn't judge people based on their appearances.
Storyline The storyline within 'New Boy' juggles both a linear and non-linear narrative as the story starting from the boy's arrival in the classroom until the end of the day runs in a linear fashion, however, it is broken up by the boy's own memories to give a sense of a non-linear narrative and the audience an insight into the boy's background.
The flashbacks of the boy's memories create a contrast between his current life and former life as his old life is portrayed as being very warm, loving and uplifting, whereas the classroom scenes are very lonely and uncomfortable for the boy. This contrast helps the audience to sympathise with the main character and I believe it works well because it helps an audience properly engage with the story as they become emotionally involved and are concerned about the boy's wellbeing, meaning the audience develop a greater interest in the storyline and become more concerned about what happens next.
The storyline also has a very clear beginning, middle and end and so runs in an order than an audience will expect and be able to understand, meaning that the story is very clear and fluent and an audience won't become disinterested due to their misinterpretation of the storyline.
This set up of the storyline also means once again that an audience stays interested as they know that something significant will happen towards the middle of the story and Pantocyclus - Kazimir Boyle - Flatland (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD) want to see the resolution at the end of it, making for an all around successful storyline.
Cinematography The sound throughout the whole of this short film is fairly simple as it mixes a nice balance of both diagetic and non-diagetic sound.
The main sound within the film is ambient and dialogue meaning much hasn't needed to be added in in post-production, however, non-diagetic sound is featured over Joseph's memories to emphasise a certain emotion, for example, an airy, light hearted feel for the positive memories, and an eerie, sinister one for the bad ones; this mixing of diagetic and non-diagetic sounds works well to create a smooth out moments of silence and merge them with other, louder sounds.
The editing works alongside the sound to give an edgy consistency to the film, for example, when Joseph is reliving his memory, the picture and sound are cut out by Christian talking to him and the clip cutting back to the classroom; this cut could also be representative of how easily Joseph can be snapped out of his own dreamworld, therefore putting you into the main character's shoes.
Another nice use of sound is at the end of the memory where Joseph's father is taken away and we hear Christian saying "You're Pantocyclus - Kazimir Boyle - Flatland (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD) like he had done previously to Joseph in the classroom; this creates quite a sinister irony as when it was said to Joseph it wasn't meant seriously, however when played over the clip of his father being taken to his death it gives it a sick, twisted feel as it presents to us the memories and feelings that Joseph could've relived after hearing this comment.
Shortly after this speech snippet is played over the scene, Joseph is once again snapped out of his memory by the sound of a water balloon bursting, and with how it's edited, the sound of this can be interpreted to be the sound of guns after Joseph's father being taken away, once again suggesting his death and giving a sinister feel to the scene. The film is mainly made up of close ups and medium shots as the film focuses on dialogue and emotion more than scenic, decorative shots.
There is also a lot of pulling focus from one character Pantocyclus - Kazimir Boyle - Flatland (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD) another during dialogue to capture different characters and their emotions and personalities. The colour used within the film also varies between the classroom scenes and the memory scenes as the lighting and colour in the classroom and playground is pretty standard, whereas the colour in the memories is very saturated and bright and there is a lot of light; this once again reinforces the contrast between the boy's former and current life.
Credits The credits are quite boring in the sense that they appear standardly rolling over a black background with a white font, however the music that was playing at the beginning of the film is playing once again, and this time, rather than any fonts suggesting anything sinister, the music creates an uplifting, relieving mood to reflect the positive end of the story and leave you with Pantocyclus - Kazimir Boyle - Flatland (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD) overall positive feeling of the film as a whole.
Although visually boring, this is an effective way to end a film and a clever way to make a lasting impression through the credits as it leaves the audience with a definite emotion that will have an impact on them. Labels: robyn. Unknown 6 October at Richard C. Lambert 15 October at Alice 13 November at Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.
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