Narrative
APPLYING THE RELEVANT
THEORIES TO OUR PRODUCTION
As a rule, the conventional narrative incorporates 5 primary stages, of which can
be initially broken down into 3 phases:
...
1. When was the beginning state of equilibrium?
It is this shot when the audience are introduced to the
normality of Abbie...
4. When was the Resolution and End (State of New
equilibrium)?
The audience are left with the shot with both Jenifer and
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Narrative post

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Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Narrative APPLYING THE RELEVANT THEORIES TO OUR PRODUCTION
  • 2. As a rule, the conventional narrative incorporates 5 primary stages, of which can be initially broken down into 3 phases: 1. Beginning (State of Equilibrium) 2. Disruption 3. Middle (State of Disequilibrium) 4. Resolution 5. End (State of New Equilibrium) TVETAN TODOROV -
  • 3. 1. When was the beginning state of equilibrium? It is this shot when the audience are introduced to the normality of Abbies life, where everything is calm and there are no disruptions. 2. Disruption It is at this point where Abbie admits her feelings for Jenifer. Although the audience are not aware of this, Jenifer finds out about her love, thus causing a disruption to both of their everyday lives. 3. Middle (State of Disequilibrium) It is at this point where the height of the film has happened, (could be considered as the climax) where Abbie and Jenifer have argued and the plot has been twisted. Causing a sense of pathos within the audience.
  • 4. 4. When was the Resolution and End (State of New equilibrium)? The audience are left with the shot with both Jenifer and Abbie together in one scene However, this ambiguous scene leaves the audience with questions, therefore a want to watch the film. The shot with Jenifer walking by herself whilst ambiguous, acts as an ending to the film. Tyler and I wanted this to be a symbol of Jenifer ‘finding herself’ alone, after her situation with Abbie. This isn't explicitly giving away the ending of our plot, however is still signifying the moral message that is portrayed at the end of the film.